Ginsburg appears strong during first speech after undergoing a pancreatic cancer.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, making her first public appearance after she undergone a pancreatic cancer, stand strong when she accepted an honorary degree from the University at Buffalo. An 86 year moderate icon stood as she made remarks and temporarily referenced her health, which has again been the focus of public gossip given her status as the court’s senior-most moderate and the potential for President Donald Trump to spectacularly shift the court to the right were she to stop working.
Ginsburg said, “In July 2018, Wayne (Wisbaum) wrote to me that his health disabled him from playing a lead role in the arrangements for my visit here but he still hoped to attend all the events. He asked me to confirm that I would come to Buffalo in August 2019 in any event. I did so immediately and I did not withdraw when my own health problems presented challenges.
What is pancreatic cancer?
Pancreatic cancer begins in the tissues of your pancreas-an organ in your abdomen that is situated horizontally behind the lower part of your stomach. Your pancreas releases enzymes that support digestion and hormones that help control your blood sugar.
She is now 86, yet people of all ages want to take their picture with her.