11:43 AM EDT 07/11/2014
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.
Originally posted 03/31/2014 05:00PM
As Amy Robach takes over as Good Morning America's news anchor with the departure of Josh Elliott, the journalist, who was diagnosed with breast cancer five months ago, has already proven cancer – and chemo – can't keep her down.
Just last week, Robach, 41, completed the sixth of eight chemo treatments, and was back at work the next day. "She has barely missed work," a source tells PEOPLE.
"Amy considers getting up every morning and having something to look forward to a gift," adds the source. "It's a much needed distraction from her treatment."
Originally posted 03/31/2014 07:45AM
Man in the news Josh Elliott was not a physical presence on Monday's Good Morning America, but his spirit was there.
After teasing the East Coast storm, L.A. quake and an Arizona student riot, GMA co-anchor George Stephanopoulos announced at the top of the show from behind his desk, "First, a little news of our own."
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