‘Good Morning America’ anchor Robin Roberts has completed her bone marrow transplant and is ready to go home.  She was injected with millions of stem cells harvested from her sister, Sally-Ann Roberts and is on the road to recovery.

Appearing on “GMA” Friday, Roberts’ oncologist Dr. Gail Roboz revealed that the next 7-10 days are especially critical for the recovering Roberts, who had the transplant to treat MDS, a rare blood disorder.

Her blood will be checked several times a day to monitor her white blood cell count, but Roberts is already thinking about the next phase of her recovery. Roboz described her patient as “energized” post-transplant, and revealed that Roberts sent her an email Friday morning saying that she “wanted to go home — with an exclamation point.”

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