Jimmy Carter: Cancer Free but not “Out of the Woods”

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Former President Jimmy Carter addresses the opening session of the 2004 Democratic Convention in Boston. (Nancy Stone / Chicago Tribune)

Former President Jimmy Carter was diagnosed with a cancer that used to be a “death sentence” but he just announced that he is “cancer free.” How did this happen, and what could it mean to you? Doctor Kevin Most joined the show this morning to answer that question and to take your questions throughout the morning.

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