Former President Jimmy Carter, left, sits with his wife, Rosalynn, after Carter taught Sunday School class at Maranatha Baptist Church in his hometown Sunday in Plains, Ga. It was Carter's first lesson since detailing the intravenous drug doses and radiation treatment planned to treat melanoma found in his brain after surgery to remove a tumor from his liver.
Former President Jimmy Carter, left, sits with his wife, Rosalynn, after Carter taught Sunday School class at Maranatha Baptist Church in his hometown Sunday in Plains, Ga. It was Carter's first lesson since detailing the intravenous drug doses and radiation treatment planned to treat melanoma found in his brain after surgery to remove a tumor from his liver. David Goldman The Associated Press
Former President Jimmy Carter, left, sits with his wife, Rosalynn, after Carter taught Sunday School class at Maranatha Baptist Church in his hometown Sunday in Plains, Ga. It was Carter's first lesson since detailing the intravenous drug doses and radiation treatment planned to treat melanoma found in his brain after surgery to remove a tumor from his liver. David Goldman The Associated Press

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