Robin Roberts tells fans she is 'getting stronger every day'

'GMA' anchor hints to future return to morning news

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Robin with her dog KJ just after they were reunited before Christmas, 100 days after Robin's bone marrow transplant.

NEW YORK - Robin Roberts updated fans Wednesday on the state of her health following her bone marrow transplant, saying she is "getting better every day" and hinting of her return to "Good Morning America."

The GMA anchor had the transplant in September to treat her MDS or myelodysplastic syndrome, and has been off the air ever since.

The end of December marked 100 days since the transplant and her prognosis is good so far.

Roberts took to Facebook to tell fans she is getting stronger and that her return to 'GMA' will be soon:

"Wonderful Wednesday..I received very encouraging news from my doctors. They are extremely pleased with my recovery. I am getting stronger every day. I'm humbled by the speculation of my return to GMA. My family and I are grateful that GMA/ABC's only concern is my full recovery. It's a great comfort not to feel pressured and a BLESSING to know I have a job waiting for me. Unfortunately not everyone in my situation can say that. Let's keep them in our thoughts and prayers. In the coming days on GMA we will give you details about my return. I'm so excited! Thank you for your patience and continued prayers.
'All will be serene in 2013' XO."

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