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Jimmy Carter says his cancer is gone

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The 91-year-old Former US President Jimmy Carter has said that his brain cancer is gone.

His grandson Jason Carter told AP news agency that his grandfather said doctors “couldn’t find any cancer in his most recent scan”.

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The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (AJC) newspaper said the also said he was free of cancer during a Sunday school class in Plains, Georgia.

Mr Carter revealed in August that cancer initially found in his liver had spread to four spots on his brain. The lesion on his liver was removed on 12 August.

Last month, Mr Carter said he was responding well to treatment and there were no signs of further cancer growth.





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