Amy Robach Finishes Last Round Of Chemotherapy

04/25/2014 09:29 am ET | Updated Apr 25, 2014

Amy Robach finished her last round of chemotherapy on Thursday.

The "Good Morning America" co-host tweeted out a photo from each of her eight sessions along with the words "Be Brave":

Upon arriving home, Robach was greeted with a door full of notes of support and encouragement:

The ABC News morning show co-host was diagnosed with breast cancer in November only after undergoing an ABC-sponsored mammogram on "Good Morning America." She had a double mastectomy in late November, during which doctors found a second, undetected tumor, but she still returned to work as promised a few weeks later in December.

After her second chemotherapy session, Robach decided to cut her hair to take the control "away from the cancer." She has thanked her co-host Robin Roberts for 'saving her life.' Roberts, who is a breast cancer survivor, pushed Robach to get the screening that day on "GMA."

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