is free of breast cancer.
'I'm clear,' Applegate, 36, tells ABC News' Good Morning America
in an interview airing Tuesday. "Absolutely 100 percent clear and clean. It did not spread. They got everything out, so I'm definitely not going to die from breast cancer."
Earlier this month, the Samantha Who?
star announced she was battling an early form of breast cancer.
'I was so mad,' Applegate reveals to Good Morning America
. "I was just shaking and - and then also immediately, I had to go into... 'take-care-of-business- mode,' which was ... I asked them, 'What do I do now? What - what is it that I do? I get a doctor, I get a surgeon, I get an oncologist? What do I do?"'
When told of her diagnosis, Applegate says she, 'immediately made those appointments and immediately called around for ... someone to start teaching me how to live macrobiotically.'
With a family history of the disease (mom Priddy had a mastectomy and reconstructive surgery when Applegate was 7-years-old and later underwent a hysterectomy), the former Married with Children
star says, she began getting mammograms at the ago of 30.