GMA's Roberts felt like she was going to die
"Good Morning America" anchor, Robin Roberts is revealing more information about her battle with a rare blood and bone marrow disorder.
In an interview with People Magazine, Roberts says there was a point after her September bone marrow transplant, where she felt like she was dying. She couldn't eat, drink or get out of bed. She recalls feeling like she was slipping away.
Roberts will return to GMA on February 20th.
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