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Cancer Survivor Amy Robach: Her Married life, Husband, and Divorce

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Cancer is a reminder that life is valuable. Everyone needs to get rid of drama and enjoy every day. Meet Amy Robach who is an American television journalist. News Anchor for Good Morning America, Robach is a cancer survivor who has also been an inspiration to many of the cancer patients.
Cancer Survivor Amy Robach: Her Married life, Husband, and Divorce

Cancer is a reminder that life is valuable. Everyone needs to get rid of drama and enjoy every day. Meet Amy Robach, who is an American television journalist.

A news anchor for Good Morning America, Robach is a cancer survivor who has also been an inspiration to many of the cancer patients.

Amy Robach, a Cancer Survivor

On 1 October 2013, Robach received a mammogram on live television. She was diagnosed with breast cancer. She revealed it on 11 November 2013, on Good Morning America.

Amy took space from broadcasting to undergo a bilateral mastectomy. A second malignant tumor was found in her other breast, and cancer had already spread to her lymph nodes. Robach has undergone eight rounds of radiation, chemotherapy, and reconstruction surgery.

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Finally, in 2017, she was declared cancer-free and lived to fight another day from the chronic disease. Celebrating the six years of struggling from cancer and being free of the illness, the 20/20 host ran a 26.2 miles marathon in New York City in November 2019.

Now she is healthier as ever and going about her job in the ABC News as a co-anchor and correspondent. She covers hot news and travels across different countries to resolve the matters.  

Cancer Nearly Ruined Amy's Marital Relation:

Cancer not only brought physical pain to her but also dragged her into emotional chaos. It almost destroyed her marriage to former Melrose Place actor Andrew Shue. Shue is her second husband to whom she got married on 6 February 2010.

Amy's ordeal caused many hurdles, but Shue was by her side as a supportive husband. Cancer made their marriage stronger. In an interview with People, Robach said-

"This was not something I would wish on anyone's marriage, but I think it was especially hard on a newer marriage. All of a sudden I felt like I needed him in a very needy way, and that's not my personality," she says. "When I had my crisis I completely crumbled. It threw everything up in the air. It was rough for several months."

Cancer survivor Amy Robach and her husband Andrew Shue in Come From Away in October 2019 (Photo: Amy Robach's Instagram)

Ten years down the line, the couple has surpassed the most challenging time together during their battle with cancer. Though they do not have children from their marriage, they nurture five children; two daughters Analise, Ava from Amy and three sons Nate, Aidan, and Wyatt from their previous relationship.

Now, the loving couple is happy to spend time with each other and look after the kids.

Her First Marriage

Amy was previously married to Tim McIntosh in the year 1996. According to the source, Tim is a baseball player. Amy has two daughters, Ava (2002) and Analise (2006), with her former husband. She had an uncontested divorce in the year 2008.

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Amy and Shue have been parenting their combined children. Amy has two daughters with her ex-husband Tim McIntosh; whereas, Shue has three sons, Nate (1997) Aidan (1999) and Wyatt (2004) from his ex-wife, Jennifer Hageney. Amy is now happily cherishing every moment with her family.

Born on 6 February 1973, Amy Robach is an American Journalist who works for ABC NewsGood morning America's host Amy previously worked for NBC News as its national correspondent. She is a graduate of the University of Georgia, where she has earned high honors in Broadcast Journalism. In the year 1994, Amy stood 4th runner-up in Miss Georgia pageant.