EX- PRESIDENT CARTER SAYS HE’S ENDED CANCER THERAPY
After several rounds of a new form of cancer therapy, former president Jimmy Carter announced at his hometown church Sunday that he is no longer receiving cancer treatments.
Carter, 91, was first diagnosed with a form of melanoma that spread to his brain in August 2015.
After three weeks of a special therapy treatment, he announced that there were no signs of cancer on his brain.
Carter explained the procedure he’d went through to his Sunday school class at Maranatha Baptist Church in Plains, Ga., NBC News reported.
And as he gave the latest update, an audible sigh of relief could be heard across the sanctuary.