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WATCH: Former 3News Anchor Robin Swoboda finds the funny during pre-surgery check-up for breast cancer relapse

Robin was recently diagnosed with breast cancer and will undergo surgery on August 27.

CLEVELAND — Editor's note: The video in the player above is from a previously published, related story. 

Former 3News Anchor Robin Swoboda is not letting her breast cancer diagnosis get her down. 

In a Facebook Live Tuesday morning, Robin shared some of the lighter moments from a recent doctor's appointment, laughing at everything from the somewhat intrusive questions asked on a pre-admission form to her (seemingly unknown) snoring habits. 

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The questionnaire asks about levels of activities that are currently possible for the patient-- walk a short distance, moderate housework, yardwork, etc.-- but one question caught Robin just a little by surprise. 

"Can you have sexual relations," Robin says, reading the pre-admission form. "What? What kind of a, what kind of a question is this?! I said 'I can, but I don't.'"

The former 3News anchor then points the camera at her friend Bill, who drove her to the appointment, after the nurse asks if she snores. Of course, Robin said she doesn't know if she snores, and that's when Bill responds, "like a chainsaw."

You can watch the full update from Robin in the Facebook embed player below:

Posted by Robin Swoboda on Tuesday, August 24, 2021

So this is what happened and what you couldn’t hear yesterday. #nomakeup😳🤣

Posted by Robin Swoboda on Wednesday, August 25, 2021

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Robin has remained committed to finding the funny and the silver lining since her first diagnosis of breast cancer, back in 2017. 

Robin, who plans to undergo surgery on the 27th to remove the offending cancerous tumor, was recently diagnosed and confirmed to 3News' Monica Robins earlier this month that the cancer is currently confined to her breast and a lymph node.