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Jimmy Carter, 39th US president, enters hospice care at home



By BILL BARROW Associated Press

ATLANTA (AP) — Former President Jimmy Carter, who at 98 years old is the longest-lived American president, has entered home hospice care in Plains, Georgia, a statement from The Carter Center confirmed Saturday.

After a series of short hospital stays, the state...

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  1. A great, selfless human being. Lyn and I had the privilege and honor to be invited to the Dedication of The Rose Garden at The Carter Center. We both enjoyed lunch with president and Mrs. Carter, and actually got a chance to chat with both of them. I will cherish and keep that invitation until I pass away. Their work with Habitat for Humanity is unequaled. A true “Power Couple”. Good and Faithful Servants…

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