Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in The Library of Congress on February 14, 2020 at Washington, DC. (Photo by Shannon Finney/Getty Pictures )Shannon FinneyThe Supreme Court on Wednesday stated that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was hospitalized following a minimally invasive nonsurgical procedure. “Justice Ginsburg experienced a minimally invasive nonsurgical procedure now at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City to revise a bile duct stent which was initially put at Sloan Kettering at August 2019,’ the announcement from the Supreme Court explained. “According to her doctors, stent alterations are common events and also the process, conducted with endoscopy and clinical imaging advice, was performed to lessen the chance of potential disease. The Justice is resting comfortably and hopes to be released in the hospital at the end of the week.”Ginsburg stated on July 17 she had been treated for liver cancer but stays able to operate “full steam.”The 87-year old prosecution said she started a course of chemotherapy in May to treat a recurrence of cancer after a February scan revealed lesions on her liver. “Immunotherapy first essayed proved unsuccessful. The chemotherapy course, however, is yielding positive results. Satisfied that my treatment course is now clear, I am providing this information,” Ginsburg said a statement. Ginsburg has problems using a ton of medical issues, including multiple cancer scares in recent years.A liberal, Ginsburg is the daddy’s oldest justice. The court includes a 5-4 majority of Republican-appointed justices, and a vacancy could allow President Donald Trump to nominate a conservative replacement.—Tucker Higgins contributed to this report.