Amy Robach Talks Cancer, Blasts ‘People’ For Misleading Headline

Lindsay McCane - Author

Oct. 4 2015, Updated 8:24 p.m. ET

Amy Robach is opening up about her battle with cancer, one year after her initial diagnosis. The Good Morning America news anchor is also blasting People Magazine for their misleading headline about her marriage to Andrew Shue for its recent cover story.

The new issue of People has an exclusive cover story about Robach titled, “Cancer Nearly Destroyed My Marriage.” The headline outraged the cancer survivor, who said, if anything, her being diagnosed with cancer made her marriage stronger. On Thursday, Robach appeared on The View, where she clarified the misleading article title.

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“I just want to clarify something for anyone who might be picking up People magazine. . . there is a very hurtful headline. Cancer did not nearly destroy my marriage. . . it made it stronger and better. . . that’s not the message of my book,” she said, according to Page Six.


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