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Questions, Answers on What's Ahead for Jimmy Carter

What's next in Jimmy Carter's cancer treatment depends on how widely the disease has spread and where, and how aggressively the 90-year-old former president wants to fight it. Carter said Wednesday that surgery on August 3 to remove a mass in his liver revealed cancer that had spread to other parts of his body. He did not say whether the cancer started in his liver, or even whether the origin was known. His father, brother and two sisters died of pancreatic cancer, and his mother...

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