Good Morning America co-host Robin Roberts has been released from the hospital three weeks after undergoing a bone marrow transplant.
The 51-year-old anchor checked into the hospital last month to begin treatment for MDS, a blood and bone marrow disease.
Roberts told ABC News after spending 30 days in the hospital sleeping in her own bed again felt like “a big victory.”
It remains unclear when she will return to the morning news show, but Roberts added that she is continuing to get “stronger and stronger” each day.
*ABC News contributed to this report.
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