Jimmy Carter, 96, Is the Longest Living US President, Beating Cancer That Spread to His Brain

Published Jan 15, 2021

Jimmy Carter, 96, Is the Longest Living US President, Beating Cancer That Spread to His Brain

For the very first time, 39th President Jimmy Carter will not attend the annual United States Presidential Inauguration this month. In addition to being the oldest living president, Carter also beat the odds during a tough cancer battle.

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