Tuesday, November 20, 2012

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  • Robin Roberts: I'm Starting Life with a Clean Slate

    A recent visit to the hospital for a "tune-up" took an emotional toll, but Good Morning America host Robin Roberts says she has a lot to be thankful for as she continues to recover from a Sept. 20 bone marrow transplant. "It's a journey that kind of ...


  • Virus lands 'GMA's' Robin Roberts back in hospital for a week, has returned home

    A virus landed "Good Morning America" co-host Robin Roberts back in the hospital, 60 days after her bone marrow transplant.


  • Robin Roberts hospitalized with virus

    'GMA' anchor Robin Roberts shares a photo of her sister Sally. (Photo: Robin Roberts, Twitter). 12:58PM EST November 19.


  • Robin Roberts Back Home After Battling Virus

    Nearly two months after her bone marrow transplant, Good Morning America co-anchor Robin Roberts was sidelined by a virus that sent her back to the hospital for about a week.


  • 'GMA's' Robin Roberts home after virus battle in hospital

    NEW YORK, Nov. 19 (UPI) -- "Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts says she has returned home after a week in the hospital where she was battling a virus.


  • Robin Roberts "Moved to Tears" By Fans' Support After Brief Hospitalization

    Sixty days after her bone marrow transplant, Good Morning America's Robin Roberts says she was "moved to tears" by the outpouring of love and support she's received from fans and family alike.


  • Robin Roberts Talks Return Visit to Hospital for Treatment of Virus

    It wasn't home sweet home entirely for Robin Roberts. The Good Morning America cohost revealed that she spent all of last week in a hospital again—this time to be treated for a pesky virus that arose as a complication during her recuperation from the ...


  • Robin Roberts updates fans via blog post following difficult return to hospital

    Good Morning America co-host Robin Roberts spent last week in the hospital once again, this time fighting off a virus she contracted while recovering from her September bone marrow transplant.


  • Robin Roberts: My Virus is "Under Control"

    "Good Morning America's" crew gave their audience an update on Robin Roberts' condition sixty days after her bone marrow transplant.


  • Robin Roberts Back Home after Hospitalized with New Virus

    *"Good Morning America" host Robin Roberts is back at home after a week in the hospital for a latent virus that had not responded to medication.


  • Robin Roberts To Oprah: 'I Can't Wait To Come Back' To 'GMA' (VIDEO)

    Robin Roberts called into "Good Morning America" for the first time since her bone marrow transplant over a month ago -- and she spoke to none other than guest host Oprah.


  • Robin Roberts, Hospitalized for a Week with a Virus, Returns Home

    "Good Morning America" co-anchor Robin Roberts is back home after spending nearly a week in the hospital due to a virus.


  • Robin Roberts Returns Home After Hospital Scare

    Due to a virus, Robin Roberts spent a week in the hospital. Thankfully, the 'Good Morning America' host is back at home, safe and sound, she revealed on the chat show's Facebook page on Nov. 18.


  • Robin Roberts home after week in hospital

    Robin Roberts is home after a week-long stay in the hospital. The "Good Morning America" anchor had a minor setback in her recovery.


  • Robin Roberts returns home from hospital after 'tune up'

    Robin Roberts attends the revealing of the 'Oscar's Red Carpet Live' hosts on 'Good Morning America' at ABC Studios on February 13, 2012 in New York City.


  • Robin Roberts Home After Hospital 'Tune-Up'

    "Good Morning America" host Robin Roberts has returned home on Friday after spending a week at the hospital for a virus.


  • Robin Roberts stays upbeat at critical halfway point of treatment

    As for when Robin will return to work at ABC's Good Morning America, she said her doctors will determine when her immune system is strong enough for her to return to work in one of the busiest places in the world - Times Square.


  • Robin Roberts has reached 50 day mark after bone marrow transplant

    Diane Sawyer, anchor of ABC News' flagship program, ABC World News and a good friend of Roberts, retweeted Roberts' good news about Day 50 with a single heartfelt sentiment: "Hooray!" GMA's George Stephanopoulos also misses his co-host. "Robin ...


  • Robin Roberts Returns Home After Battling Virus in Hospital

    Roberts, 51, revealed that the virus is now under control and that her sister Sally-Ann had flown to New York to be with her.


  • After a Week in the Hospital, Robin Roberts Interviewed by Her Sister, WWL's ...

    After spending a week in the hospital because of a virus, "Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts was interviewed this weekend by her sister, WWL anchor Sally-Ann Roberts.


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