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Jimmy Carter hospitalized to undergo brain procedure – CBS This Morning,




Published on Nov 12, 2019

Former President Jimmy Carter is due to have brain surgery Tuesday in Atlanta. The 39 th president has had a series of falls this year, and doctors say that has led to severe swelling. Mark Strassmann reports.

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