GMA's Robin Roberts is in Akron to do a story on LeBron James and his foundation.
NEW YORK - Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts is planning to return to her TV job in May or June, according to a TMZ report .
Roberts has been recovering from a bone marrow transplant to treat a rare blood and bone marrow disease and has been off the air since August 30.
On Dec. 1, she was allowed to leave her NYC apartment to travel to Connecticut. She tweeted last week that her beloved dog, K.J., will be home "soon."
Roberts was diagnosed and treated for breast cancer in 2007 and has been cancer-free since 2008.
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"Good Morning America" co-anchor Robin Roberts expressed gratitude as she received another honor, presented to her by LeBron James.
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In an interview with her sister and bone marrow donor, Sally-Ann, "Good Morning America" co-anchor Robin Roberts lets viewers in on her journey to recovery.