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.

Amy Robach on Cancer Fight: 'I'm in the Thick of It'

After being diagnosed with breast cancer last fall – a devastating surprise, which came as the result of an on-air mammogram – ABC news correspondent Amy Robach has been juggling work, family, appearances and her grueling treatments.

“I just finished my fourth round of chemotherapy,” Robach, 41, told PEOPLE at the Jefferson Awards for Public Service in New York on Wednesday, where husband Andrew Shue was receiving an award for his organization Do Something.

Andrew Shue and Today s Amy Robach Are Married

Former Melrose Place star Andrew Shue and Weekend Today anchor Amy Robach were married Saturday afternoon in New York City.

“It was the most beautiful night in every way,” Shue and Robach tell PEOPLE. “Despite snow, high winds, flight and train delays, every guest made it to the night to share our in our new beginning.”

Engaged: Andrew Shue and Today's Amy Robach!

Former Melrose Place heartthrob Andrew Shue and the Today show s Amy Robach are engaged, a spokesperson for Today confirms to PEOPLE.

Both Shue and Robach are recently divorced, a source says. Shue, 42, had been married to floral designer Jennifer Hageney since 1994. Robach, 36, was married to Tim McIntosh. The source says both of them have been separated from their former spouses for about a year and started dating this spring after being set up by friends.