Former U.S. President and Georgia Gov. Jimmy Carter, who turns 94 Monday, was diagnosed in 2015 with the skin cancer melanoma, which had spread... Nobel Prize-winning medical research helped Jimmy Carter

Former U.S. President and Georgia Gov. Jimmy Carter, who turns 94 Monday, was diagnosed in 2015 with the skin cancer melanoma, which had spread to his brain. He was treated with a drug inspired by the research of new Nobel laureate Tasuku Honjo.

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