NEW YORK — She has incurable cancer, but Valerie Harper says she's not ready to say good-bye and she's keeping herself open to a miracle. In her first TV interview since disclosing her diagnosis last week, the 1970s sitcom star tells the "Today" show

Facing terminal cancer, and saying that doctors have given her as little as three months to live, on Tuesday evening Valerie Harper joined "Piers Morgan Live" for an honest, and inspirational primetime exclusive interview.

An incredibly uplifting Valerie Harper spoke with Good Morning America's Robin Roberts Tuesday, less than a week after she went public about her diagnosis of terminal brain cancer, with doctors saying she has as little as

Valerie Harper was in a great mood over the weekend, looking great and laughing it up as she talked to Savannah Guthrie about her terminal illness.Harper…

Transcript for Valerie Harper Discusses Cancer Diagnosis on 'GMA'. Such a classic moment. Over 00 million of us were watching from the sitcom "rhoda" stars our dear friend valerie harper. First captured our hearts as mary tyler moore's neighbor in the