Justice Ginsburg Has Undergone More Cancer Treatment | Katy Tur | MSNBC

Justice Ginsburg Has Undergone More Cancer Treatment | Katy Tur | MSNBC
Justice Ginsburg Has Undergone More Cancer Treatment | Katy Tur | MSNBC
Cc ejected for 5 p.m. Williams is standing by. What’S going on, Pete Supreme Court has and here’s what we’re just being told she had outpatient radiation treatment that began on August 5th to treat a tumor on her pancreas. The court says that this abnormality was first detected after a routine blood test. In early July, a biopsy was performed in Late July at Sloan-Kettering and confirmed what they described and as part of the treatment. A stent was placed the treatment. Well, she had planned an annual summer visit to Santa Fe, but she says and there’s no evidence of disease elsewhere in the body is so she will continue to have periodic blood tests and scans at this time, work after a fall in the which led to the Discovery discovery of cancer treatment, the removal of some portion of her lung. She missed for the first time in her career sometime on the Supreme Court after a medical treatment, but otherwise finished up. The term and some of her colleagues have said that she seem to do as well at the end of this past term, as she did before. The disease was even detected last year that she seemed to recover and bounce back. Very well he’s had repeated bouts with cancer with pancreatic cancer, lung cancer, and now this discovery that she had a tumor on her pancreas was treated as an outpatient radiation therapy. What the what the court describes does a three-week course of stereotactic ablative radiation therapy, but that she tolerated it well, had a bile, duct, stent placed and otherwise has maintained an active schedule. You know better than anybody Pete any word about the House of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Since millions of Americans who are concerned about the direction of the Court, the appointment of Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh in to sometimes a bit of a Eeyore, some medical issues have their own. Having said that, I think I want to emphasize what you said that this has been treated definitively. That’S what the statement says correct and for Ruth Bader reached a whole new level of attention based on the documentary and all the video of her working out everyday. Certainly more than many of us work out what is an active schedule for her look like he asking. Isn’T she going to step down and I would say no. She has consistently said as long as she is healthy enough to do the work she will stay on. The Supreme Court, so there’s nothing in this statement that indicates that change her plans that all it says that she has responded well that no further treatment is needed. So it just looks like at this point from what we know with her health because she gets so often Health check-ups, but these things are found and dealt with in an early way she’s going to continue to stay on the court. I can’t see anything. Absolutely Stacey has insisted as long as she feels that she has the stamina to do the job, lots of other great videos.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has received treatment for a tumor on her pancreas, the court says. NBC’s Pete Williams has more details and what this means going forward for Justice Ginsburg.
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