Nearly a month after revealing that cancer has spread to his brain, Jimmy Carter said Tuesday that he has received the second of four planned doses of a drug to fight the disease.
The 90-year-old former president has stepped back from work at the human rights organization he founded after leaving the White House. But he and his wife, Rosalynn, updated a capacity crowd of 450 on The Carter Center's work Tuesday evening, maintaining their annual tradition.
The couple sat together in the same chapel where Carter last month held an honest and detailed news conference about his illness.
On Tuesday, he addressed his illness in less than five minutes, telling the...