Robin Roberts Stars in New PSA for Be the Match

"GMA" anchor stars in new video championing bone-marrow donations.
3:00 | 09/27/12

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As you know, robin is recovering from her gone marrow transplant, that took place one week ago. You know how committed she is to help those facing similar struggles and need transplants. Before she went to the hospital, she made this public service announcement. We're releasing it now for bethematch.Org. I make my living asking tough questions. So, here a question for you. If you had the power to save a life, would you? I have a chance to survive blood cancer because my big sister answered yes to being my marrow donor. Right now, you can go to bethematch.Org and offer a cure to someone with a disease like leukemia. So, what will your answer be? Fantastic. You see right there, buses here in new york city, also. New york and atlanta, going to play nationwide. You're going to see it on the side of the subway stations here in new york and atlanta, as well. You have to know that this is making a difference right now. Since robin announced this at bethematch, 44,000 people have joined the bethematch registry. 227,000 wristbands have been sold. All of the net profits will go to support bethematch. There she is, right there. We miss you, robin. We sure do. We love you, robin. All of you can watch ]That's

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