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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was seen leaning on a U.S. Marshall after leaving a New York City hospital for tests, DailyMail.com exclusive photos show.
The 86-year-old's hand was held by the Marshall as she walked up the stairs into a private residence on the Upper East Side after her appointment at the Howard Laboratory at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital on Thursday.
Ginsburg - Cancer - Survivor - Colon - Cancer
Ginsburg is a three-time cancer survivor, beating colon cancer in 1999, pancreatic cancer in 2009 and, most recently, lung cancer in 2018.
Ginsburg is the oldest sitting U.S. Supreme Court Justice and said it is her 'dream' to be on the Supreme Court for as long as former Justice John Paul Stevens, who served for 35 years. Ginsburg has served for 26 years so far.
Thursday - Ginsburg - SUV - Shawl - Shirt
On Thursday, Ginsburg was seen exiting an SUV wearing a black shawl over a polka-dotted shirt and white trousers that were paired with matching white mules.
She completed the look with black teardrop earrings.
US - Marshall - Steps - Backpack
One U.S. Marshall helped her up the steps while another carried her purple backpack.
After her appointment, she was dropped off at a private residence on the Upper East Side.
Month - Ginsburg - Concerns - Health - Interview
Last month Ginsburg dismissed concerns regarding her health in an interview with NPR, sneering at a late senator who claimed she would be dead soon after her pancreatic cancer diagnosis in 2009.
'There was a senator, I think it was after my pancreatic cancer, who announced, with great glee, that I was going to be dead within six months,' she recalled.
Senator - Name - Ginsburg - Interviewer - Alive
'That senator, whose name I have forgotten, is now himself dead,' Ginsburg and the interviewer laughed, 'and I am very much alive.'
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