'Good Morning America' co-anchor Robin Roberts recovering from infection

"Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts is at home Friday morning, following doctor's orders.

The 52-year-old posted on Facebook that she must stay home to recover from an infection.

Robin is expected to return to GMA next week.

She underwent a bone marrow transplant in September and returned to the show in February.

Doctors were treating her for a rare blood disorder known as myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS).

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