Robin Roberts reaches 100th day after bone marrow transplant

01/2/2013 | USA Today · ABC News

"Good Morning America" anchor Robin Roberts, who is being treated for the blood disorder myelodysplastic syndrome, said she is continuing to recover and has reached the 100th day after her bone marrow transplant. "We have to watch patients super closely for 100 days. We don't trust anything for the first 100 days. After that, we're happy," said Dr. Gail Roboz, who is treating Roberts.

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