Former United States President Jimmy Carter Undergoes Hip Surgery After The Fall - TNBC USA

Former United States President Jimmy Carter has broken his hip in a fall while left his house to go for turkey hunting but now recovering early after the surgery, said the Carter Center.  

The organization reported in a statement that “he is recovering comfortably from surgery to repair a broken hip,” adding that “his surgeons stated that the surgery was successful.”

Mr. Carter who has served from 1977 till 1981 as the 39th President of the United States has been in repealing from cancer since undergoing surgery in 2015, to eliminate a small mass from his liver.

In 2017, the 94-year-old Jimmy Carter was treated for dehydration while constructing houses for Habitat for Humanity in Canada’s Winnipeg.

Mr. Carter has continued to construct houses with Habitat in years but accept that the hunting season of this year was over for him.

The statement further reads, “President Carter said his main concern is that turkey season ends this week, and he has not reached his limit,” adding that “he hopes the State of Georgia will allow him to rollover the unused limit to next year.”

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