In October, “20/20” anchor Elizabeth Vargas disclosed she was entering a program for treatment of alcohol dependency.She has since confirmed she’s completed treatment, but a definitive return to the air has not been disclosed.Right now, she is the anchor of the ABC show Good Morning America.Apart from her serious works, she has done additional runs too.“I am grateful for my sister, Sally-Ann, for being my donor and giving me the gift of life.
I am grateful to God, my doctors and nurses for my restored good health,” she wrote.
In recent weeks, reporter Amy Robach has generated publicity by telling the story in November of her discovery of having breast cancer after receiving a mammogram on television a month earlier.
The correspondent subsequently underwent a double mastectomy and returned to ABC’s air in December.
She guest-starred on Disney Channel’s Hannah Montana in 2010. She was also included in the list of Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame for her contributions to the women team through her play and broadcasting works.
Talking about her health, Roberts was diagnosed with the early stage of breast cancer at the beginning of 2007. After coming out of this disease, she confronted her struggles and feelings she was experiencing in the Ellen De Generes show.