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Robin Quivers returns to studio for Howard Stern's radio show

Radio personality Robin Quivers arrives at a luncheon

Radio personality Robin Quivers arrives at a luncheon to celebrate the launch of Howard Stern's new Sirius Satellite Radio show at the Hard Rock Cafe in New York City. (Dec. 16, 2005) Credit: Getty Images

Howard Stern's co-host, Robin Quivers, returned to his SiriusXM radio show's studio Wednesday for the first time in 15 months after successfully fighting endometrial cancer.

"Seriously, I've been praying for this day . . . and I'm really happy that you are here," Stern told Quivers, who had continued to do the show from home while undergoing radiation and chemotherapy. "Honestly, I did not think this day would come."

"It's pretty amazing," Quivers, 61, said on air. "I was brushing my teeth this morning and thinking about going back on the air for the first time after surgery and how incredibly difficult that was. And today not feeling anything at all. It was just a normal day. You can get up and brush your teeth, throw on your clothes and run out the door."

Stern, calling it "a pretty remarkable day," admonished her to "never get sick again."

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