“Good Morning America” anchor Robin Roberts was released from the hospital Wednesday afternoon and is continuing her recovery at home, three weeks after a bone-marrow transplant to treat a rare blood disorder called Myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), which she was diagnosed with after undergoing treatment for breast cancer.
The wife of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney said Wednesday that her love of horses helped her overcome her fear that multiple sclerosis would put her in a wheelchair.
Robin Roberts gave a health update Thursday on her progress, two weeks after the “Good Morning America” host received a bone-marrow transplant from her sister Sally-Ann Roberts.
Ann Romney is the latest famous face to guest co-host “Good Morning America” while Robin Roberts is out on medical leave.
ABC’s “Good Morning America” is celebrating its biggest ratings victory over NBC’s “Today” show in more than 18 years.
“Good Morning America” cameras were there last week when co-host Robin Roberts underwent a bone marrow transplant. So were her colleagues Diane Sawyer and Sam Champion, wearing surgical masks and singing songs of encouragement.
“Good Morning America” host Robin Roberts seemed “energized” on Friday, a day after a bone marrow transplant to treat a rare blood disorder, her doctor said on the ABC morning television show.
Robin Roberts is scheduled to have her bone marrow transplant Thursday morning and the morning show host delivered a video message to thank her fans and well wishers on “Good Morning America.”
Stephen Colbert and the cast of “Modern Family” are next up as “Good Morning America” guest hosts for Robin Roberts, who is scheduled to undergo a bone marrow transplant this week.
“Good Morning America” co-anchor Robin Roberts began treatment Monday for a bone marrow transplant.