Some good news for former President "jump" Carter.

FOX News' Pat O'Neill has more:

Jimmy Carter says his latest medical brain scan shows no signs of cancer.

The former President says he'll continue to receive doses of a recently approved auto-immune drug, Keytruda, to help seek out cancer cells in his body. He said the new scan showed no signs of the original cancer spots or any new ones...

In August, Carter, 91, announced he had been diagnosed with melanoma. Doctors removed a portion of his liver and found four small tumors on his brain.

He received radiation targeting the tumors and regular doses of the drug. During treatment, he's remained active, continuing his humanitarian work and volunteering with 'Habitat for Humanity.'

Pat O'Neill, FOX News.