article The first U.S. president who died of lung cancer in office was John Mui, the first president who was hospitalized in a nursing home.
He was 68.
He served from 1909 to 1913.
The second president who dies of lung disease in office is Abraham Lincoln.
He died at the age of 71.
The third president who does not survive is William McKinley, who died in office at the time of his son, William H. McKinley Jr. He also did not survive.
His father, William McKinlay Sr., died of pneumonia in 1924.
The fourth president to die of lung illness in office, Jimmy Carter, died in 1991.
His successor, George W. Bush, died at age 93.
The fifth president who is still alive is George H.W. Bush.
His son, George H., was the last president to lose his presidency.
His last surviving son, former President Donald Trump, was shot and killed on Nov. 30, 2018, by a man he had fired in an effort to get rid of him.
The sixth president who doesn’t survive is Lyndon Johnson.
Johnson died of Parkinson’s disease in 1969.
The seventh president who survives dies at the end of his term.
The last president who has not survived who is also the first to be impeached dies in office.
This leaves just four presidents who have died of cancer in the past 100 years: Harry Truman, Andrew Johnson, Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson.
The eighth president who lives to see his 100th birthday is Jimmy Carter.
He is 93 years old.