Amy Robach One Year After Cancer: 'I'm Almost at 100 Percent'

It’s not the happiest anniversary, but Good Morning America host Amy Robach is making the best of it.

“October 30 is the day I found out I had breast cancer, and that’s the day I’m going to start marking my anniversary, because that’s the day I started surviving,” Robach told PEOPLE at the Breast Cancer Research Fund luncheon in New York City on Thursday.

Barbara Walters Reveals Her Breast Cancer Scare

As the top honoree at the Breast Cancer Research Foundation luncheon on Thursday, former The View co-host Barbara Walters revealed her own very personal connection to the cause.

Standing at the podium in the Waldorf Astoria’s grand ballroom in New York City, Walters, 85, began her speech by asking the event’s host, Good Morning America’s Amy Robach, to stand.

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Amy Robach Gives Joan Lunden Advice on Battling Breast Cancer

Amy Robach has two words of advice for Joan Lunden: Accept help.

Lunden, the former co-host of Good Morning America, returned to the morning show on Tuesday to share the news that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer.

“I think for anyone who’s facing chemotherapy, the anxiety is unbelievable because you don’t know what to expect,” Robach, 41, told PEOPLE at Thursday’s Beyond Pink event in New York City. “It affects everyone differently.”

Amy Robach Revs Up for Life After Chemo

Amy Robach is ready to get her groove back.

“I want to run again,” says the GMA news anchor 20 days after after completing chemotherapy for breast cancer. Diagnosed last October, Robach, 41, had her final treatment April 24.

Amy Robach Completes Chemotherapy: 'You Can Kick Cancer's Butt'

Amy Robach has been openly sharing her breast-cancer journey with viewers – from her on-air mammogram, to her unexpected diagnosis, to her grueling treatments. And now, she celebrates her last round of chemotherapy.

Amy Robach Considers Work a 'Much Needed Distraction,' Source Says

As Amy Robach takes over as Good Morning America’s news anchor with the departure of Josh Elliott, the journalist, who was diagnosed with breast cancer five months ago, has already proven cancer – and chemo – can’t keep her down.

Just last week, Robach, 41, completed the sixth of eight chemo treatments, and was back at work the next day. “She has barely missed work,” a source tells PEOPLE.

Good Morning America Cast Bids Farewell to Josh Elliott

Man in the news Josh Elliott was not a physical presence on Monday’s Good Morning America, but his spirit was there.

After teasing the East Coast storm, L.A. quake and an Arizona student riot, GMA co-anchor George Stephanopoulos announced at the top of the show from behind his desk, “First, a little news of our own.”