Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginzburg was discharged from hospital after being admitted to a non-surgical medical procedure in New York earlier this week, the court said.
“Ginzburg’s justice was discharged from the hospital today,” a court spokesman said. “She’s home, and good.”
This is the latest in a series of hospitalizations under the oldest justice of the Supreme Court.
The 87-year-old Ginzburg underwent a “minimally invasive” procedure at the Sloan Kettering Cancer Memorial Center on Wednesday to “review a bile duct stent,”; the court said. her pancreas.
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The procedure aims to “minimize the risk of future infection,” the report said. And, according to doctors of justice, such examinations are common.
Earlier this month, Ginsburg underwent another procedure at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore to clean the stent. She also went to the hospital in mid-July to remove gallstones and treat a suspected infection.
And she overcame another gallstone infection back in May, the Supreme Court said at the time.
But these are not the only health problems she faces.
According to Ginzburg’s statement two weeks ago, she has been undergoing chemotherapy for cancer recurrences for the past few months – which she has struggled with four times before.
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A court statement Wednesday said liberal justice was “resting comfortably.”
Fox News’ Shannon Bream, Bill Mears and the Associated Press contributed to this report.