Latest Report On Vladimir Putin Health
According to an article published by The New York Post, Russian President Vladimir Putin Health is receiving Western treatments in his fight against cancer. Russian journalist and historian Valery Solovey said the 70-year-old is kept in good health by using medicines created in the West to slow cancer’s growth.
Vladimir Putin Health has always been an issue that has received attention
Around the globe and has come to the forefront since Russia entered Ukraine in the 24 hours of February of this year. Numerous videos over the past couple of months have highlighted the declining well-being of Putin’s health. Putin.
In a sharp remark, Solovey said, “I can say that without this foreign treatment he would definitely not have been in public life in the Russian Federation,” according to the Washington Post.
“He uses the most advanced treatments, and target therapy which Russia cannot provide him with,” the historian said.
However, Solovey claimed that despite the latest treatments, doctors aren’t optimistic about his health in the foreseeable future.
“I think the treatment has been effective. They’ve been treating him well. But the end is almost here, according to doctors who have been curating this treatment. “No drug is guaranteed to be successful forever,” the political analyst was quoted by Spanish media outlet Marca.
It is believed that Vladimir Putin Health is fighting Parkinson’s disease and cancer.
“I can confirm he has been diagnosed with early-stage Parkinson’s disease, but it’s already progressing,” a Russian security official claimed in leaked Kremlin communications.
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Here are the latest reports about Russian president Vladimir Putin Health condition. The hashtag #PutinPoopedHimself was trending on Twitter following the General SVR’s Telegram channel’s announcement claiming that Putin was thrown five steps down an escalator, landing upon his coccyx. It’s not Cossacks instead, but coccyx that’s the term used in medicine to describe tailbone.
The tailbone didn’t end there,
According to the General SVR, this fall led Putin to “defecate involuntarily” instead of voluntarily fecally in the staircase. The picture one sees someone fall down a staircase and then experience a discharge of faeces may be different than the image of Putin sitting in a shirtless horse that surfaced more than 10 years ago in 2009.
But Putin hasn’t put forward any statements regarding the recent fall or his coccyx. Therefore, the question is whether or not the Telegram claim is accurate or just a bunch of what-have-you-know-what.
it has rid itself of large sections of its fact-checking staff and has also pushed for a “free speech” say-anything approach and is attempting to sell the blue Twitter confirmation checks to anybody willing to pay for the checks, something that I wrote about for Forbes.
This means there’s no warranty that something is correct just because it’s trending on Twitter. The Twitter hashtag that is trending.