‘GMA’s’ Robin Roberts tweets that she’s home from the hospital
“Good Morning America’s” Robin Roberts is finally back home and resting after her successful bone marrow transplant procedure last month.
On Wednesday, Roberts tweeted, “There’s no place like home. After 30 days in the hospital I’m home. Praise God from whom all blessings flow. Thank YOU and bless YOU. XO.”
Roberts received the transplant to combat MDS, a rare blood disorder.
Although “GMA” has been keeping viewers regularly updated on Roberts’ condition, there has been no indication when the beloved anchor will return to the show. She’s stated that she plans to stay at home as long as she needs to recover.
Roberts will certainly have a happy homecoming when she does return. ABC’s morning show has been beating longtime morning champion “Today” by wider and wider margins.
Currently, “GMA” leads “Today” by more than 800,000 viewers every morning, according to the TV news site TVNewser.
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