Fox News contributor dr. Marc Siegel praised the fighting spirit of Justice at the Supreme Court, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and said that hardness will help her in her second fight against pancreatic cancer.
"I think she's a fighter – the way she is tough – I think that helps a lot in fighting something like cancer. I've seen it again and again, "Siegel said as he appeared on" Fox News @ Night. "
Presenter Shannon Bream marveled at the determination of the 86-year-old Ginsburg, citing the relentless training routine of the judiciary.
She is very tough, she is very determined, "said Bream, adding," it's almost a joke about how great she is at push-ups and everything else.
The Supreme Court announced on Friday that Ginsburg had received a three-week radiation therapy for a malignant tumor of their pancreas, which previously dealt with colon cancer and lung cancer.
RUTH BADER GINSBURG TREATED FOR MALIGNANT TUMOR ON PANCREAS, SUPREME COURT SAYS
She also had pancreatic cancer in 2009, but Siegel said the current diagnosis is "very likely" unrelated.
"It's probably new," he said.
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Seal, a medical doctor and professor of medicine who offers Medical Analysis for Fox, found that the type of radiation, Ginsburg has recently received a new and particularly intensive form of treatment. "It has some very promising results, although it has more side effects," he said.
Gin Sburg probably received this type of radiation because surgery was too difficult, Siegel said.
The legal analyst of Fox News praised Sol Wisenberg Ginsburg for her collegiality at the Supreme Court. "She's eager to praise her two new colleagues ̵