Former President Jimmy Carter keeps winning in his fight against cancer.
The 91-year-old said he no longer needs treatments against the disease. Carter made the announcement at the start of his Sunday School class in Plains, according to CNN.
According to a statement from the Carter Center, Carter will still get MRIs and scans, but doctors say things look good for now.
If that changes, doctors say treatments will resume.
In August, four small melanoma lesions were found on Carter's brain.
Carter also had a lesion on his liver removed last year.