The oldest president of the United States was hospitalized for the second time in a month
On Monday evening, October 21, 39 US President Jimmy Carter was hospitalized in the United States. This was reported by a spokeswoman for the Carter Human Rights Center.
95-year-old man fell at home in Georgia and got a pelvic fracture, writes TSN.
A spokeswoman for the oldest president of America described the injuries as minor and said that the ex-president is in a good mood and is looking forward to discharge.
Recently, Carter has been falling for the third time. After a fall in the spring, he had to undergo surgery to replace the hip joint. Earlier in October, he fell again - as a result, Carter had 14 stitches.
Despite this, the next day, with stitches and a black eye, he went to Tennessee to help Habitat for Humanity volunteers build homes for the poor and homeless.
In 2015, Carter said he was suffering from a serious cancer disease. During the surgery, doctors discovered he had liver cancer and metastases, which grew in all vital organs. In the brain, doctors found four foci of melanoma.
Carter subsequently reported that he had recovered from cancer.
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