Updated Oct 24, 2019

Jimmy Carter released from hospital after pelvic fracture

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Former President Jimmy Carter was released from the hospital on Thursday after being treated for a pelvic fracture due to a fall, CNN reports.

Why it matters: Carter recently turned 95, making him the longest-living U.S. president. This is Carter's third fall in recent months, per NBC. The Carter Center tweeted on Thursday, "He is looking forward to continuing to recuperate at his home in Plains, Georgia."

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Jimmy Carter hospitalized for brain surgery

Former President Jimmy Carter speaks to the congregation at Maranatha Baptist Church before teaching Sunday school in his hometown of Plains, Ga. in April. Photo: Paul Hennessy/NurPhoto via Getty Images

Former President Jimmy Carter was admitted to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta Monday evening for a procedure to "relieve pressure on his brain, caused by bleeding due to his recent falls," the Carter Center said in a statement.

Background: Carter was treated in the hospital last month for a pelvic fracture sustained in a fall at his home in Plains, Georgia. In May, Carter broke his hip after falling in his home.

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Jimmy Carter has "no complications" after brain surgery

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Former President Jimmy Carter had "no complications" from a brain surgery at Atlanta's Emory University Hospital on Tuesday, according to The Carter Center.

The backdrop: Carter had the procedure to have the pressure relieved from his brain that was caused by a subdural hematoma. He remains in the hospital for further observation.

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Jimmy Carter says he was "completely at ease" with death after cancer diagnosis

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Former President Jimmy Carter said during a church service Sunday that he "was absolutely and completely at ease with death" following a brain cancer diagnosis in 2015, CNN reports.

Background: Doctors told Carter in 2015 that his ongoing cancer had spread to his brain, leading the former president to believe he would "die very quickly." He said that while he prayed over the issue, he did not ask to live, but rather to have a good attitude toward death.

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