Katherine Nero reflects on breast cancer battle

Posted at 5:37 PM, Oct 02, 2015

CINCINNATI — October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a cause nearly everyone can relate to, either personally or through a friend or loved one.

That even goes for all of us in the 9 On Your Side newsroom, where our very own Good Morning Tri-State anchor Katherine Nero is celebrating three years as a breast cancer survivor.

Katherine spoke at Friday’s Paint the Square Pink event at Fountain Square, the kickoff for this year’s American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Walk, scheduled in Cincinnati for October 24.

In between announcements and the hubbub, I had the chance to sit down with Katherine and look back at her fight against this all-too-often deadly disease.

Watch in the video player above as 9 On Your Side anchor Carol Williams talks with Good Morning Tri-State anchor Katherine Nero about her road to recovery, and what the Making Strides walk means to her now three years later.

For more information on Cincinnati's Making Strides Walk 2015, hosted by the American Cancer Society, click here