sexta-feira, 21 de agosto de 2015

Jimmy Carter more combat cancer

"They did an MRI and found that there are four melanomas in my brain. Are very small spots, about 2 mm, if you get the sense of what that means. Beginning the first radiation treatment for melanoma in the brain this afternoon and, from what I understand, I have four scheduled treatments, we do every three weeks. "

What is #melanoma? Melanoma is a form of skin cancer. Begins when melanocytes change and grow uncontrollably, forming a tumor. #melsm ~ASCO<p>â€" Winship Cancer Inst. (WinshipAtEmory) 20 agosto 2015

In early August, the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002, 90 years, had already been subjected to surgery to remove a tumor in the liver.

Despite this setback, Carter is still optimistic that the disease requires the former head of State to "drastically" reduce the work at the Carter Center, a non-profit entity.

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