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On Thursday, "Good Morning America" anchor, Robin Roberts and the entire cast of GMA sat down with Piers Morgan where Roberts described what it was like to get her diagnosis of Myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) right after learning "GMA" topped the "Today" show in ratings.
"It was one of those surreal moments with the world colliding," said Roberts. "I don't just think of that we became number one officially, that was also when I was officially told of my - of my condition."
"But I also feel being in the public eye that there's this - my mother says make your message," added a positive Roberts about her condition. "And the message here has been about being a bone marrow donor. I didn't know about being a bone marrow donor." To learn more about bone marrow donation and to join the registry go to www.BeTheMatch.org.
Former NY Yankees, Roger Clemens also joined the program from Sugar Land, Texas to talk about his return to the pitcher's mound with the Sugar Land Skeeters of the independent Atlantic League. "It will not be anything like five years ago," said Clemens. "I'm not even close to being up to par or have I trained. I've been telling people, there's a difference - I've been working out and I've been throwing."
But I feel fairly young," continued Clemens. "Everybody is telling me that - 50 is the new 40. I say that, but check in with me on Sunday. I probably will lose a couple of inches in height and I'll be in an ice tank somewhere. My body responds well to ice. That's the good thing."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, as Clemen answers Morgan's question, "Is the Rocket firing on all cylinders?"
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