Now, the 25 year old is cancer-free and heading West to Denver as KUSA‘s newest morning anchor.
“To all my NBC10 Boston viewers – thank you for supporting me for the last 3 years. Boston forever has my heart. It’s the place where I fought cancer, beat it and started the Verma Foundation cap wig program. I’ve met so many wonderful people during my time here and this isn’t goodbye,” she wrote in a Facebook post.
Today was her last day on air in Boston.
During her cancer treatment, Verma created a wig cap to help women with cancer feel more at ease with wearing a wig. She’s now helping others who are fighting the disease.
You can see her full post below.