Robin Roberts is turning her own scare with a rare bone marrow disorder, into a call for organ donation. This morning on “Good Morning America” Roberts announced that beginning today, she will begin pre-treatments that will result in a bone marrow transplant later this year. She has MDS, likely contracted as she battled breast cancer five years ago. The donor is her sister, WWL TV anchor Sally-Ann Roberts, pictured with Diane Sawyer and the “GMA” team this morning.
"Good Morning America" co-host Robin Roberts revealed Monday (June 11) that she has been diagnosed with Myelodysplastic Syndrome (MDS), a rare blood disorder that affects bone marrow. It usually appears on its own, but in Robin's ca... Read Post
ABC news anchor — and overall classy broad — Robin Roberts took a moment out of today's Good Morning America to announce that she will soon begin treatment for M.D.S. (or myelodysplastic syndromes) a rare and serious blood disorder ... Read Post
Good Morning America host Robin Roberts has been pretty open about her battle with myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), a rare bone marrow disease that she was diagnosed with in June of 2012. Her sister eventually donated blood marrow fo... Read Post