The Court says that there's no evidence of cancer elsewhere in the body, and no further treatment is needed at this time.
Experts on pancreatic cancer said there was no indication Ginsburg's ability to serve on the court will be affected, but cautioned it was hard to make predictions about her prognosis based on the scant details provided by the court. She had colorectal cancer in 1999 and pancreatic cancer in 2009.
It is the fourth time that the 86-year-old justice has announced that she has been treated for cancer over the last two decades and follows lung cancer surgery in December that kept her away from the court for weeks.
Trump has already placed conservative justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh on the Supreme Court, following Senate confirmation for each. A tumor was first detected after a blood test in July and a biopsy was performed as well.
The three-week radiation treatment ended Friday and according to the spokesperson "no further treatment is needed at this time".
Asked late Friday about Ginsburg, Trump said: "I'm hoping she's going to be fine". Five of the nine current Supreme Court justices are now considered conservatives. She attended the Broadway showing of "Moulin Rouge" Thursday night and is scheduled to speak in Buffalo, New York, next week. The treatment included the insertion of a stent in Ginsburg's bile duct, according to a statement issued by the court.
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"I was okay last term; I expect to be okay next term, and after that we'll just have to see, " Ginsburg said July 24 at an appearance in Washington. She also had a stent inserted into her heart in 2014. (The Supreme Court won't be back in session until October.) In addition to trips to Broadway, where she also saw Fiddler on the Roof and received an ovation, Ginsburg was spotted at a screening of The Farewell.
She joined the court in 1993 after being nominated by former President Clinton.
She has refused to retire from her role, once saying in an interview: "As long as I can do the job full steam, I will be here".
She became the leader of the left wing when Stevens retired in 2010.
Ginsburg has consistently fought for women's rights. Five days later she began a very specialized kind of new, cutting-edge radiation treatment at Memorial Sloan Kettering in - Cancer Center in NY. On August 5, Ginsburg began a three-week course of radiation therapy, which she finished today.
Doctors had discovered the malignant tumor on her pancreas during "a routine blood test in early July". The Justice tolerated treatment well.