Team Robin Prayer of Protection Wristbands: Good Morning America August 30 2012


Good Morning America: August 30 2012

The Good Morning America August 30 2012 episode featured a special goodbye segment for anchor Robin Roberts, who will be going on medical leave in order to have a bone marrow transplant. Roberts has myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS), and will be getting a marrow donation from her sister, Sally-Ann. To support Robin, you can order a Prayer for Protection bracelet from Be the Match.

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  1. Sadie Parker says

    I watch good morningA for many of years an when Robin join the team she made it fee like home she an Swayer made great team i watch an pray for her doing her days fighting cancer every morning before I when to work I check to see if she ok when she lost her hair she was pretty because I saw God grace in her face an stillGod grace in her face. So u go Robin with GodGrace an my love an respect u are the woman I want to be when grow an I am 66years Lol God speed

  2. Cheryl Moore says

    Robin, I have been a fan from your begining.I was praying for yoou through your brest cancer. I cryed when you took the rubnway with out your wig. You are a ensporation to us all. I was so sad to here of your mothers passing but I know you are a beliver and will see her again.God Bless you Robin. I will be praying Cheryl

  3. adadudley says

    God bless in 2007 i also was disno with breast cancer doing well u will be miss so get back soon u r in our Jesus heals the sick back then and he is still healing lol u God bless u

  4. Eva Boyington says

    Robin, God be with you! The Good Morning America family is not the same without you. Hurry Back! I start my day with you wonderful people at GMA. Claim the Victory!!!

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