Two Years After Cancer Diagnosis, Boston Anchor Moves On

By Stephanie Tsoflias Siegel 

It’s been close to two years since NBC Boston anchor Natasha Verma was diagnosed with cancer.

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.