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Just as she had briskly made her way through the airport last week, Justice Ginsburg both entered and left the Court unaided today. She asked more than half a dozen questions all in all, and by all reports seemed hale and hearty throughout. Sucks to be an asshole, doesn’t it.
Justice Ginsburg wrote two of the three rulings handed down by the Supreme Court on Monday (March 4), one of which was a case she had attended remotely while she was at home recuperating from surgery. She's one tough bird.
She has to be carried now. When she was walking through National Airport, she had two aides on both sides to keep her upright. It's been reported she stank like shit because she had a colostomy bag. Gross.
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That's a pic of her from about 10 years ago. She can't keep her head up now. It either tilts forward and down or, if she's trying to look in front of her, it's tilted to the side. But I've heard she's got the physic of a 20 year old and will outlive us all lol.....
Colon Cancer 1999
The 5-year relative survival rate for people with stage I colon cancer is about 92%.
Pancreatic Cancer 2009
For all stages of pancreatic cancer combined, the one-year relative survival rate is 20%, and the five-year rate is 7%.
Lung Cancer 2019
The five-year survival rate for lung cancer is 56 percent for cases detected when the disease is still localized (within the lungs).
The most troubling part is, pulmonary nodules are indeed extremely common, and most are benign. To find two malignant nodules in a person who smokes would not be especially surprising. However, if you have two separate malignant nodules in your lung and you do not smoke, doctors worry that this means they represent metastatic disease from a cancer somewhere else.
She may make it a year or two, but it is highly doubtful Justice Ginsburg will make it through Trump's next term as President.