Ruth Bader Ginsburg shows 'no evidence of remaining disease,' Supreme Court says

By Ariane de Vogue, CNN Supreme Court Reporter

Updated at 0129 GMT (0929 HKT) January 12, 2019

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Washington (CNN) Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's recovery from surgery is "on track" but she will miss oral arguments next week, the Supreme Court announced Friday. Ginsburg is still recuperating from surgery to remove two cancerous nodules from her lungs.
"Post-surgery evaluation indicates no evidence of remaining disease, and no further treatment is required," said court spokesperson Kathleen Arberg.
Ginsburg, 85, who missed oral arguments this week, has not been on the bench since her surgery last month, but she has participated by reading briefs at home.
Her absence comes as the court is considering whether to take up several controversial issues including the administration's decision to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program and its ban that blocks most transgender individuals from serving in the military. The justices met behind closed doors earlier on Friday to discuss pending petitions and Ginsburg participated by proxy.
Monday marked the first time she had ever missed oral arguments due to her health. She has survived two other bouts of cancer.