When Jimmy Carter announced that his cancer had spread to his brain, he made it clear that he would scale back on his work. He is still a pillar of the community, despite not being in office since 1980, and has a number of projects that he has looked forward to this year. Whether he Jimmy Carter Scaling Back Work Due To Brain Cancer is an article from: The Inquisitr News
I had the pleasure of meeting Jimmy Carter once. It was in 1982. He was in Los Angeles to promote his book Keeping Faith: Memoirs of a President and staying at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel where I worked. A few of us had copies of the book and one of the Secret Service guys took …
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“Former president Jimmy Carter said that the cancer doctors discovered earlier this year on his liver has also been found on his brain,” reports The Washington Post. “Carter, 90, said he will receive his first radiation treatment for the disease...
News that a patient's cancer has spread to the brain typically is a sign the end is near. But cancer experts expressed hope after learning that former President Jimmy Carter's melanoma would be treated with Merck & Co's Keytruda, a new...Show More Summary
Experts said the former president, even at 90, was a good candidate for the treatment he has just begun: a highly-targeted form of radiation and an immunotherapy drug.
Jimmy Carter spoke plainly when he said Thursday that doctors had found “four spots of melanoma” on his brain. The 90-year-old former president was relaxed and matter-of-fact as he talked about the uncertainty he faces. “I’m perfectly at ease with whatever comes,” he said.Read full article >>
"The government of Israel has no desire for a two-state solution, which is the policy of all the other nations in the world," Jimmy Carter said today, when describing his greatest hope for the world, peace for Israel and its neighbo...
While there's never a good time to be diagnosed with metastatic melanoma, former President Jimmy Carter can be thankful that he fell ill in 2015 instead of 2010.
The 90-year-old former president’s discussion of his cancer is a reminder of why so many Americans once placed their faith in him.
As former President Carter told reporters Thursday that cancer had spread to his brain, he reflected on his life and was asked whether he had any regrets. The 90-year-old's answer was blunt and candid.
Former President Jimmy Carter said during a press conference on Thursday that his liver cancer has spread to four spots on his brain and that his future "is in the hands of the God, who I worship."
Former President Jimmy Carter appeared sanguine as he shared with reporters Thursday that doctors had found four spots of melanoma on his brain. But in between smiles and the occasional joke, he admitted to at least one regret: "I wish I had sent one more helicopter to get the hostages, and we...
Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalynn, on Nov. 2, 1976, the night he was elected president.
“I’m perfectly at ease with whatever comes,” the former president says as he begins treatment. “I do have a deep religious faith.”
In a touching and surprisingly funny moment during today’s press conference discussing his cancer diagnosis, former President Jimmy Carter said, when asked about his remaining priorities, "I’d like to see the last Guinea worm die before I do." It may very well happen. Show More Summary
Former President Jimmy Carter today said he'll be treated this afternoon for melanoma on his brain. Carter, 90, discussed details of his cancer diagnosis, which he revealed last week, during a news conference this morning at the Carter Center in Atlanta. Show More Summary
Cancer in former President Jimmy Carter’s liver has also been spotted in his brain. He began radiation therapy today. A grand jury has decided not to indict two New Jersey police officers who opened fire and killed a suspect who threatened...Show More Summary
The former president gave us yet another model for responding to a setback.
Former President Jimmy Carter says the melanoma that doctors found on his liver has spread to his brain, causing the 90-year-old humanitarian to drastically curtail his philanthropic work. But Carter seems less worried about the cancer than about the prospect of missing a Habitat for Humanity build in Nepal due to his radiation schedule.…