NEW YORK - Good Morning America’s Robin Roberts will reach another milestone in her recovery from a bone marrow transplant on Wednesday when she returns to the anchor desk.
Roberts, 52, has spent the past five month recovering from the transplant to treat a rare blood disorder.
According to an interview with abcnews.com, Roberts says she has imagined the moment when she would take her seat again.
“I know when I sit back down… it’s gonna be, all is right in the world. And it’s gonna seem like no time has passed at all,” Roberts said in a candid chat with her co-anchors.
Wednesday will mark five months to the day since Roberts underwent the transplant to treat Myelodysplastic Syndrome or MDS.
Roberts said she is a bit nervous. “I haven’t done live television since the end of August.”
You can Watch Robin reunite with the GMA team, Wednesday morning at 7am on ABC Action News.
She will also share her personal journey battling MDS on a special edition of “20/20” Friday at 10 p.m. on ABC Action News.
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