Ginsburg, Patrick Dempsey among honorees at Congressional Families Cancer Prevention Program
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SPOTTED: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader GinsburgSpeculation swirls about next Supreme Court vacancy Supreme Court divided over fight for Trump's financial records   Pandemic proves Justice Thomas does have something to say MORE and actor Patrick Dempsey — also known as RBG and McDreamy — posing side-by-side while being honored on Capitol Hill for their work fighting cancer.

The unlikely duo was recognized at a Thursday luncheon at the Library of Congress as part of the Prevent Cancer Foundation's Congressional Families Cancer Prevention Program. 

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Eighty-six-year-old Ginsburg, a cancer survivor, was honored for "inspiring Americans of all ages to prioritize health and fitness to reduce their cancer risk" by continuing her famed, rigorous workout routines. 

Dempsey, who starred on ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" as Derek "McDreamy" Shepherd, is the founder of an eponymous cancer center in Maine. The 53-year-old performer created the Dempsey Center in 2008 after his mother's ovarian cancer diagnosis.

LeeAnn Johnson, the wife of Rep. Bill JohnsonWilliam (Bill) Leslie JohnsonThe Hill's Coronavirus Report: Madeleine Albright says Trump's America First strategy is hurting US with a virus that knows no borders; Fauci warns states against 'leapfrogging' reopening guidelines The Hill's Coronavirus Report: Rep. Trey Hollingsworth says we must mitigate risks but we must also get back to a 'normal' America; US jobless claims top 30 million Bipartisan lawmakers back efforts to expand telehealth services for seniors MORE (R-Ohio), and Amanda Soto, who's married to Rep. Darren SotoDarren Michael SotoActivists, analysts demand Congress consider immigrants in coronavirus package Hispanic Democrats demand funding for multilingual coronavirus messaging Hispanic Democrats see Sanders's Latino strategy as road map for Biden MORE (D-Fla.) also received awards at the 27th annual bipartisan luncheon for their efforts towards cancer prevention and awareness.