Supreme Court Justice said Tuesday that she was feeling “” after undergoing treatment for pancreatic cancer last month and that she has been focusing on work to distract herself from any health challenges.
“I am pleased to say that I am feeling very good tonight,” Ginsburg, 86, told a crowd gathered at an event for the Clinton Foundation.
The Supreme Court announced last month that Ginsburg had for a tumor that was discovered on her pancreas. Doctors found no further evidence of cancer in her body and said that no further treatment was required at the time.
Ginsburg, who is the oldest member of the nation’s highest court, has fought cancer four times since she was appointed to