‘I Don’t Want to Survive … I Want to Thrive’ — ‘GMA’ Anchor and Two-Time Cancer Survivor Robin Roberts Gives Update on Her Health

Published Jan 16, 2020

‘I Don’t Want to Survive … I Want to Thrive’ — ‘GMA’ Anchor and Two-Time Cancer Survivor Robin Roberts Gives Update on Her Health

Five years after her breast cancer diagnosis, the ABC anchor found out she had a bone marrow disorder called MDS.

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