01:46 PM EDT 08/24/2016
Originally posted 08/22/2016 01:45PM
Good Morning America host Amy Robach has apologized for using an outdated racial term on air Monday morning.
Originally posted 08/17/2016 04:05PM
Though it took strength for Amy Robach to tell he daughters she'd been diagnosed with breast cancer, the Good Morning America anchor says sharing the news made her recovery possible.
Robach had her first mammogram at age 40 in a very public forum – on air during a GMA segment in October 2013. She didn't expect much out of it, so learning that she had Stage II breast cancer a few days later was a shock.
"I started dry heaving," Robach, now 43, tells Good Housekeeping. "I had no idea how I was going to tell my daughters."
WATCH: Sheryl Sandberg Launches 'Together Women Can' Campaign, Says She Had to 'Dig Deep' After Husband's Death
Originally posted 06/23/2016 01:15PM
ABC Breaking News | Latest News Videos More than a year after her husband's death, Sheryl Sandberg is thanking the women in her life who comforted her through her darkest days – and once again calling for other women to lean in and support one another.
Originally posted 09/30/2015 09:00AM
When Amy Robach was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2013, the Good Morning America host knew she was in for the fight of her life, but she didn't expect it would test her marriage to Andrew Shue at the same time.
Just three years after the couple said "I do," Robach, 42, was blindsided by the devastating news she had breast cancer after she had an on-air mammogram as part of GMA's October Pink Initiative to help encourage viewers to get checked.
While a supportive Shue was by her side as she underwent a bilateral mastectomy and eight grueling rounds of chemotherapy, the couple struggled to make their relationship work.
Originally posted 10/10/2014 03:30PM
It's not the happiest anniversary, but Good Morning America host Amy Robach is making the best of it.
Originally posted 10/09/2014 09:20PM
As the top honoree at the Breast Cancer Research Foundation luncheon on Thursday, former The View co-host Barbara Walters revealed her own very personal connection to the cause.
Originally posted 08/19/2014 01:45PM
All it takes is a quick glance at her Instagram to see that Taylor Swift is everyone's A-List BFF.
Originally posted 06/27/2014 02:05PM
Amy Robach has two words of advice for Joan Lunden: Accept help.
Originally posted 05/16/2014 12:30PM
Amy Robach is ready to get her groove back.
Originally posted 04/25/2014 12:00PM
Amy Robach has been openly sharing her breast-cancer journey with viewers – from her on-air mammogram, to her unexpected diagnosis, to her grueling treatments. And now, she celebrates her last round of chemotherapy.
The Good Morning America news anchor announced Friday what doctors called her "graduation" from chemotherapy, and Robach, 41, reassured other women battling the disease that they can find their strength.
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