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Updated: 8:50 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013 | Posted: 5:54 a.m. Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013
NEW YORK —
Robin Roberts made her big comeback Wednesday to "Good Morning America" on Channel 9.It also marks the fifth-month anniversary of her bone marrow transplant.Roberts needed the transplant to treat a rare blood disorder called MDS.Her blood disorder was a side effect of chemotherapy she received as part of her breast cancer treatment back in 2008.While watching the Super Bowl with family, Roberts called her recovery a blessing from above.“I feel mother’s spirit. I feel dad’s spirit and I know that from their heavenly balcony right now they are celebrating,” she said.Robin’s sister donated the bone marrow she needed to be able to get better.Robin will be eased back in, working her way back up to five days a week.Head over to WSOC-TV's Facebook page and leave a comment for Robin on her big return here.
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