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Amy Robach's Cancer Spread, but Prognosis Remains Good

Amy Robach's Cancer Spread, but Prognosis Remains Good

Originally posted 11/22/2013 05:30PM

Good Morning America correspondent Amy Robach announced Friday that while her breast cancer prognosis is "good," her doctor found a second, undetected malignancy during surgery last week.

"No MRI, no mammogram, no sonogram had found it," she says in a statement. "My cancer had spread to my sentinel lymph node, but not beyond, so I will have more treatments ahead of me, but none that will take me out of work."

Robach, who still plans to return to the show on Dec. 2, thanked her ABC colleagues.

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Amy Robach and 5 More Anchors Who've Battled Cancer in the Public Eye

Amy Robach and Five More Anchors Who've Bravely Battled Cancer in the Public Eye

Originally posted 11/11/2013 07:00PM

Good Morning America correspondent Amy Robach announced Monday morning that she'd been diagnosed with breast cancer after undergoing an on-air mammogram. The news came as a shock to Robach, who is determined to stay strong for her family while also encouraging viewers to get checked.

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Robin Roberts Steps Out at CMAs in Sexy Red Carpet Ensemble | Robin Roberts

Robin Roberts Steps Out at CMAs in Sexy Red Carpet Ensemble

Originally posted 11/06/2013 08:25PM

Where did this come from?

Typically demure Good Morning America host Robin Roberts – who says she's finally feeling good again following a bone-marrow transplant more than a year ago – stunned on Wednesday night at the 2013 CMA Awards in Nashville, Tenn.

Rocking a sexy black jumpsuit and open-toe heels, Roberts's ensemble created buzz on Twitter, along with commentary by one of the show's pre-cast hosts, Kelly Sutton.

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Robin Roberts: 'I Feel 90 Percent of Myself'

Robin Roberts: 'I Feel 90 Percent of Myself'

Originally posted 08/28/2013 08:30AM

What a difference a year makes.

As the first anniversary of her bone-marrow transplant approaches on Sept. 20, Robin Roberts is thisclose to being her old self.

Referring to her turbulent yet ultimately triumphant recovery process, the Good Morning America anchor, 52, told PEOPLE, "I'm really at peace now. I'm not as frightened. I feel 90 percent of myself again, and that's a great feeling."

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Robin Roberts Explains Her Absence from GMA

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Robin Roberts: 'I Feel the Best I've Felt in a Long Time'

Originally posted 05/08/2013 03:15PM

Robin Roberts's fans always worry about her when she's off-screen too long (just check out her Twitter), but the Good Morning America anchor says people needn't be concerned.

"I feel great. I feel the best I've felt in a long time – and I mean that sincerely," Roberts told PEOPLE Monday at the 12th Annual Women Who Care Luncheon benefiting United Cerebral Palsy of New York City.

Roberts, rocking tight black leather pants and spiked heels at the luncheon to celebrate women's accomplishments, took Thursday and Friday off last week on the heels of a brief hospitalization in April. But taking care of herself has worked wonders, she says.

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Robin Roberts Feeling 'Much Better' After Another Brief Hospital Stay | Robin Roberts

Robin Roberts Recovering After Another Brief Hospital Stay

Originally posted 04/18/2013 09:35AM

Robin Roberts hit a bump on her road to recovery last week, but says she's feeling better after a brief hospital stay.

The Good Morning America anchor fell ill while on vacation in Key West, Fla., she told fans in a Facebook post Thursday morning.

"I began not to feel well. Nothing serious, just under the weather," she writes. "I contacted my doctors and flew back to NYC. They felt it best to admit me into the hospital for a few days. Seems my young immune system needed a little boost to fight off 'opportunistic infections.' "

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Robin Roberts Receiving Lifetime Achievement Honor from DVF Awards | Robin Roberts

Robin Roberts Receiving Lifetime Achievement Honor from DVF Awards

Originally posted 03/14/2013 07:05AM

Last year was certainly a whirlwind for Good Morning America's Robin Roberts.

The morning-show anchor received a bone marrow transplant to treat a rare blood disorder, and just five months later returned to the air.

Roberts, who opened up about her experience in a PEOPLE cover story, will now be honored by fashion icon Diane Von Furstenberg at the fourth annual DVF Awards at the United Nations on April 5.

Furstenberg, with co-host Tina Brown of Newsweek and The Daily Beast, will present Roberts with the Lifetime Leadership Award.

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Diem's Farewell Blog: There Are Happy Endings

Diem Brown Blogs: Farewell for Now

Originally posted 02/21/2013 03:45PM

In her PEOPLE.com blog, Diem Brown, the Real World/Road Rules Challenge contestant recently diagnosed with ovarian cancer for the second time, opens up about her desire for a child and the ups and downs of cancer and fertility procedures.

First and foremost, I feel so blessed to have been able to share my crazy journey and hear your personal experiences on this PEOPLE.com blog.

Although I won't be posting a blog as often going forward, I am so excited to be able to keep writing and posting blogs here when big things happen in my life and/or when I hear or see something that I think y'all would love to start a conversation about. Please Tweet me at @DiemBrown if you ever have any suggestions or think of a topic that you would like to throw out there!

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The Obamas Welcome Robin Roberts Back to Good Morning America

Robin Roberts Welcomed Back to GMA by the Obamas

Originally posted 02/20/2013 07:50AM

A standing ovation from her crew greeted Robin Roberts at the door of the ABC Times Square studio of Good Morning America, even before the sun rose Wednesday – exactly five months after the anchor had a bone marrow transplant to treat myelodysplastic syndrome, or MDS, a rare blood disorder.

Outside, in the street, a crowd of fans had already gathered with placards, banners and even an ebullient fellow from Dallas waving what he called the world's largest wristband, hailing his heroine. It read, "Welcome Back Robin."

Once the show hit the air, Roberts, with her colleagues surrounding her, looked into the camera, broke into a great big smile, and announced: "Hi, it's Robin. I've been waiting 174 days to do this: Good Morning America!"

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Robin Roberts: How I Bounced Back from My Darkest Days | Robin Roberts

Robin Roberts: My Dark Days, My Brave Fight

Originally posted 02/16/2013 09:00AM

Sitting in a white fluffy bathrobe in front of her bathroom mirror, Robin Roberts – still recuperating from a bone marrow transplant just five months earlier – seems at ease with her striking reflection. Just as she was after battling breast cancer in 2007, Roberts is once again bald, but this time she's skipping the wig.

"Whatever," the Good Morning America anchor says with a shrug. "I'm thankful I have a pretty-good-shaped head." And the 30 lbs. she's lost from her 5'10" frame during her month-long hospital stay? "It's been hard to put back on, a first in my life," she admits. "But I gained a pound last week in New Orleans. Woo-hoo!"

And when Charlie Gibson, an old friend and former GMA cohort, drops by her Manhattan apartment and asks how she is, she replies as if nothing eventful has happened: "I'm good. How are you?" she says casually. "No, I wasn't being polite," Gibson replies. "I really want to know, 'How are you?' "

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