It's time for Good Morning America's Robin Roberts to get reacquainted with her alarm clock. She did her first dry run Thursday after being on hiatus to recover from her bone marrow transplant.
Roberts will do a series of dry runs before she officially comes back to the show in February, according to Yahoo News. She says her doctors want to see how many people come in contact with her and how her body reacts to the stress. Roberts says her vision is still a little blurry from the treatment and her skin is very sensitive.
Back in September, Roberts had to undergo a bone marrow transplant after being diagnosed with a rare blood disease. She's also a breast cancer survivor. GMA has not given an exact date on Roberts' return.
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