Joan Lunden Shares Emotional Breast Cancer Update On NBC’s Today Show

Seven months after revealing she had been diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of breast cancer, former Good Morning America host Joan Lunden has urged all other women suffering from the disease to remain positive about their prognosis.

‘I’ll tell you. One of the best ways to get through it is with your attitude,’ Lunden told the Today show’s Matt Lauer about beginning radiation treatment this month.

The former TV anchor, 64, appeared on the morning show to share an emotional update about her treatment, following the lumpectomy and 16 rounds of chemotherapy she completed in 2014.

Earlier this month, she began radiation, undergoing the treatment Monday through Friday for six weeks.

Read Lunden’s seven tips for getting through breast cancer or any other health crisis at this link.

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