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‘GMA’ anchor returns after recovery from rare blood disorder

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Robin Roberts has been waiting 174 days to say “Good Morning America.”

“GMA” anchor Robin Roberts returned to the show Wednesday morning after a five-month medical leave in which she was treated for myelodysplastic syndrome, a rare blood disorder, ABC News reported.

Roberts underwent a bone marrow transplant five months ago to treat the condition and opened the show this morning in the Times Square studio alongside her four co-anchors. She said she visualized returning throughout her recovery.

Source: The Daily Caller
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