Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 87, is receiving chemotherapy for a "recurrence of cancer," she announced Friday.
The treatment -- which she has been receiving since May -- has led to a "significant reduction of the liver lesions and no new disease."
Ginsburg was discharged Wednesday from a Baltimore hospital, one day after being admitted for a "possible infection," the Supreme Court of the United States said.
"Justice Ginsburg has been discharged from the hospital. She is home and doing well," said a SCOTUS spokesperson on Wednesday.
Ginsburg was admitted to Johns Hopkins Hospital early Tuesday morning after being evaluated at Sibley Memorial Hospital in Washington D.C., for “fever and chills,” the court said in a release Tuesday night.
“She underwent an endoscopic procedure at Johns Hopkins this afternoon to clean out a bile duct stent that was placed last August,” the release said. “The Justice is resting comfortably and will stay at the hospital for a few days to receive intravenous antibiotic treatment.”