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In a taped Good Morning America segment today, Amy Robach delivered wonderful news to viewers:

She has completed treatment for breast cancer!

"Today marks my eighth and final round of chemotherapy," the co-anchor said. "This is my final treatment. The doctors say I graduate today."

Amy Robach Collage

Robach announced her diagnosis in November and said at the time she plans on undergoing a double mastectomy.

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The claws are reportedly out between Amy Robach and Lara Spencer.

With Josh Elliot having left Good Morning America this month for NBC Sports, sources tell Radar Online that his replacement is not a big fan of the woman with whom she now often shares a desk.

There are many reasons why, but first and foremost...

"Among the gripes Amy has with Lara is that she shamelessly flirts with the male staff and guests," an insider supposedly says. "It’s cringe-worthy, according to Amy, and she hates to see it."

This sort of (alleged) morning show tension, of course, has been reserved for Today over the past several months, with many staffers on that program taking issue with Matt Lauer.

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Josh Elliott is leaving Good Morning America to join NBC Sports, while Amy Robach will replace him as co-anchor, ABC announced in a memo Sunday.

ABC News president Ben Sherwood confirmed that he had been contract talks with Elliott for several months and were not able to agree to terms.

While "we worked hard to close a significant gap between our generous offer and his expectations ... Josh felt he deserved a different deal," he said.

As a result, Elliott "chose a new path," but Sherwood went on to add that, "I want to thank Josh for his many contributions to GMA and ABC News."

Amy Robach, who revealed in October that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer following an on-air mammogram, will co-anchor the show.

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About three weeks after being diagnosed with breast cancer, Amy Robach posted an open letter to fans on the Good Morning America website yesterday.

The reporter unfortunately said physicians have found a second malignancy, but added that her "prognosis is good" and she remains in positive spirits overall.

Amy Robach on GMA

"Physically and emotionally I have been through the ringer, but I am emerging on the other side so much stronger. I have a greater appreciation for life, for health and for how such simple acts of kindness can be so incredibly powerful," the 40-year-old wrote.

"I am looking through a different lens now…and I am thankful for that as well. There was my life before October 30th and now my life after."

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Amy Robach agreed to a mammogram screening last month as part of a viewer awareness segment on Good Morning America.

And she's fortunate she did:

In an interview with Robin Roberts today, the reporter opened up about being diagnosed with breast cancer during the exam.

"It's still hard for me to say the words out loud. I have breast cancer," Robach told her colleague, adding that her family has no history of the disease.

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