ABC Anchor Has Breast Cancer

    GOOD MORNING AMERICA - ABC News Goes Pink on October 1st to help engage, empower and educate Americans on the facts about breast cancer prevention, detection, diagnosis and treatment, starting with GOOD MORNING AMERICA, 10/1/13, airing on the ABC Television Network.   (ABC/Ida Mae Astute)  AMY ROBACH gets a mammogram during the live broadcast

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    In front of millions of viewers on October 1, ABC News correspondent Amy Robach had a mammogram to raise awareness. Now, as she revealed on Good Morning America, she will have a double mastectomy to treat the breast cancer that was found. As she wrote online, "If several producers and even Robin Roberts herself hadn't convinced me that doing this on live television would save lives, I would never have been able to save my own."

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