"If Ruth Bader Ginsburg needs any of my bones or internal organs I don't need mine", said actress Leslie Grossman.
Ginsburg was married to her husband Martin D. Ginsburg for 56 years until June 27, 2010 when he died from cancer.
Ginsburg, who is a two-time survivor of cancer, has said she has no near-term plans of slowing down or retiring.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 85, fell in her office at the Supreme Court on November 7 and was subsequently hospitalized, the court confirmed in a statement on November 8. Plus she has survived sitting next to Clarence Thomas for the last 25 years (and now Brett Kavanaugh, too).
Despite all these health setbacks, Ginsburg has come back stronger than ever and even recently spoke about how long she intends to remain in her seat.
We're wishing Justice Ginsburg all the best and a speedy recovery! "My senior colleague, Justice John Paul Stevens, he stepped down when he was 90, so think I have about at least five more years". She later apologized for what she said were inappropriate remarks. President Donald Trump and his brand new acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker will also be in attendance.
"Ruth Bader Ginsberg can have my ribs". Fans of Notorious RBG, as she is sometimes known, immediately launched into grief - and action.
Rib fractures are common among older adults, particularly after falls.
At 85 years old, Ruth is the oldest justice in the Supreme Court.
The second woman appointed to the court - Justice Sandra Day O'Connor became the first in 1981 - Ginsburg is a legend among women's right advocates.