CLEVELAND - Good Morning America co-anchor Robin Roberts received a bone marrow transplant Thursday from her sister, Sally-Ann.
The GMA host is battling Myelodysplastic Syndrome or MDS. This is a rare blood disorder that affects the bone marrow and usually arises on its own. However, on occasion it can occur as a result of cancer treatment as it did as a result of Robin’s successful breast cancer treatment.
For the past several months Robin has been undergoing chemotherapy in preparation for the bone marrow transplant.
If you’d like to follow Robin’s journey, check out her blog at http:// gma.yahoo.com/robin/ .
You can also send her a message on twitter @RobinRoberts . Be sure to use the hashtag # TeamRobin .
If you’d like to learn more about becoming a bone marrow donor, visit http:// marrow.org/ Home.aspx
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