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What illness does Jimmy Carter have? What disease does Jimmy Carter have?

The Carter Center announced on Saturday that former US President Jimmy Carter will start receiving hospice care at his home in Georgia.

What illness does Jimmy Carter have? What disease does Jimmy Carter have?

Jimmy Carter had treatment, but four months after being told he had melanoma that had spread to his liver and brain in 2015, he declared himself cancer-free.

The former president’s grandson, Jason Carter, a former Democratic state legislator from Georgia, stated of his grandparents on Friday that “they are at peace and – as always – their home is full of love.”

After the death of George H.W. Bush in late 2018 at the age of 94, Jimmy Carter, who turned 98 last year, surpassed George H.W. Bush as the oldest sitting US president in history.

The coronavirus pandemic has caused the nation’s 39th president to maintain a low public profile in recent years, but he hasn’t stopped speaking out against threats to democracy around the world, a lifelong cause of his.

Carter overcame brain cancer in 2015, but in 2019 he experienced several health concerns, leading to surgery to relieve pressure on his brain. He had been teaching Sunday school at Maranatha Baptist Church in his birthplace of Plains, Georgia, for decades, but health issues caused him to stop.