Ginsburg Says She Is ‘On My Way To Being Very Well’ After Cancer Treatment

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Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg poses with other Justices of the United States Supreme Court during their official group photo at the Supreme Court on Nov. 30, 2018 in Washington. MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Jabin Botsford
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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said Saturday that her work on the Supreme Court has “kept me going” through four bouts of cancer – including one disclosed quite recently – and that she is “on my way to being very well.”

Ginsburg disclosed on Aug. 23 that she had completed a three-week course of stereotactic ablative radiation therapy – a highly focused treatment that concentrates an intense dose of radiation on a tumor – after a malignancy was discovered on her pancreas.

It was the second treatment for cancer in nine months for the court’s oldest member and leader of its liberal wing. Ginsburg had a portion of her left lung removed in December, and in past decades was treated for colon and pancreatic cancer. She broke ribs in a fall last November.

But before a roaring crowd of what organizers said was more than 4,000 at the National Book Festival in the District of Columbia, she declared: “This audience can see that I am alive.”

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4 COMMENTS

  1. “But before a roaring crowd of what organizers said was more than 4,000 at the National Book Festival in the District of Columbia, she declared: “This audience can see that I am alive.”

    Now why would the Compost make up that last statement? Obviously they very well know that Ms. Ginsburg is no longer amongst the living. Very weird ongoing bubuh maasah. Why is the government covering up that a new Supreme court member is needed? It’s bad enough they covered up the murder of Scalia.

  2. If she is still alive, why don’t they show recent pictures of her? You always see the same old picture. Time to update how she looks like now….

    • You make it sound like doctored pictures would do the trick and bring her back to life. She’s probably buried next to her husband, Martin David Ginsburg, in Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia.

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