Robin Roberts is a broadcaster that is most known for being part of the morning show on Good morning America. The 53-year old woman recently published a tell all book and she went on the Letterman show to talk about the book and her life. The book is called "Everybody's Got Something."
Roberts has had a lot of success and tribulation in her life. She was diagnosed with breast cancer and later diagnosed with myelodysplastic syndrome or MDS, which is a rare form of blood disorder. She had a bone marrow transplant in 2012 with cells received from her sister reports ABC News.
"I can look at you right now and say I am healthier and happier than I've ever been," Roberts, 53, said. "That's all that matters."
"You think you’re the only one," Roberts said of life's obstacles. "And my momma would say, 'Honey, everybody's got something.' Everybody's got something, not just a challenge, but something to give to help you get through that challenge."
Roberts also tweeted a picture for Letterman that said, "I miss you already."
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