“It’s fascinating-slash-scary how to prepare yourself for something like this,” Roberts, a breast cancer survivor, told reporters.
The 51-year-old TV veteran admitted to having “moments of fatigue,” but she also said she’s excited about GMA’s recent gains on the Today show in the every-competitive morning ratings race.
“The run that we’ve had has truly energized me,” Roberts said. “It’s pretty good medicine, I gotta say, to be taking!
Roberts, who has been coanchoring Good Morning America since 2005, said last month that her condition, MDS (formerly known as preleukemia), was a complication of the chemotherapy and radiation treatments she underwent for breast cancer.