Dr Oz: Amy Robach & Andrew Shue Coping With Breast Cancer


Dr Oz: GMA Anchor Amy Robach

In 2013, to raise awareness for breast cancer, GMA news anchor Amy Robach agreed to have her first-ever mammogram on national television. At first, she was apprehensive, but it was a decision that she now knows, changed her life. She was 40-years-old with no family history of breast cancer. She went in to see Robin Roberts, who told her if one life was saved because of her mammogram, it would all be worth it. That mammogram would reveal concerns requiring follow-up tests and scans off camera. That lead to her shocking breast cancer diagnosis.

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