'Good Morning America' anchor Amy Robach completes her breast cancer chemotherapy

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amy-robach-good-morning-america-chemotherapy-finished-breast-cancer.jpg "Good Morning America" anchor Amy Robach has been documenting her experience with breast cancer on her ABC morning show, and the reporter shared some good news Friday (April 25): She's finished her final round of chemotherapy.

"I join the ranks of 2.8 million women who are breast-cancer survivors," Robach says of her last round of treatment.

Robach has shared her journey on television to inspire other women who are ill, she says. "I plan on living each day to the very fullest, thankful and grateful, and encouraging so many women out there who are still in the thick of it, who have yet to fight this fight, that you can do it. You can get through this, one step at a time. And I am there for you, I am there with you."

Watch Robach's latest dispatch below.


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