Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Malignant Tumor Announcement


Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a force to be reckoned with, and she has been for her entire life. She has given every part of herself to make the nation a better place for Americans and for the world in general. She has become a beloved part of history in the eyes of many.

News just broke moments ago that Ginsburg’s malignant pancreatic tumor that she has been seeking treated for since 2018 is gone. Thankfully for mankind, the court just updated the media on Ginsburg’s cancer status, and she is seemingly in full remission.

According to KTLA:

“The Supreme Court says Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has completed radiation therapy for a tumor on her pancreas and there is no evidence of the disease remaining.”

The court said Friday the tumor was “treated definitively and there is no evidence of disease elsewhere in the body.””

Ginsburg is well-known for standing out in the Supreme Court despite being the smallest person on the bench, and she fights just as tough as the biggest man, too.

Anyone will tell you that Ms. Ginsburg is unbeatable. Hell, even cancer will tell you that.

KTLA continued:

“In a statement, the court said a biopsy performed July 31 confirmed a “localized malignant tumor.” The court said Ginsburg does not need any additional treatment but will continue to have periodic blood tests and scans.”

“The court said Ginsburg canceled an annual summer visit to Santa Fe but has otherwise maintained an active schedule during treatment.”

For a little backstory, the publication added this:

“Ginsburg, who is 86, has had several bouts with cancer beginning in 1999. In December, 2018, she had surgery for cancerous growths on her left lung.”