Chilling new clues Putin may have THYROID CANCER or Parkinson’s as mystery surrounds tyrant’s health
CHILLING new clues suggest Vladimir Putin may suffer from thyroid cancer or Parkinson's Disease.
The Russian leader remains tight-lipped about his health but recent public appearances where he seemed "bloated" and "weakened" have sparked rumours about his physical state.
The appearance of the 69-year-old who has long prided himself on his "strong man" image, has changed dramatically in the past years causing speculation that he may be suffering from a severe physical illness.
And now a new investigation has revealed the tyrant is “constantly” accompanied by a doctor specialising in thyroid cancer.
The report by investigative Proekt media- which is blocked in Russia- states that surgeon Yevgeny Selivanov, of Moscow's Central Clinical Hospital, has flown to the Russian leader no less than 35 times in the Black Sea resort Sochi.
The respected doctor’s expertise is thyroid cancer.
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The discovery backs recent theories that Putin declared war when he was suffering medical problems hidden from the Russian people.
Back in November 2020, political analyst Valery Solovei revealed the cancer and Parkinson's theory claiming that Putin also needed to have emergency surgery.
He said at the time of Putin's health issues: “One is of psycho-neurological nature, the other is a cancer problem.
“If anyone is interested in the exact diagnosis, I'm not a doctor, and I have no ethical right to reveal these problems.
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”The second diagnosis is a lot, lot more dangerous than the first-named diagnosis as Parkinson’s does not threaten physical state, but just limits public appearances.
“But there is a fatal diagnosis.
“Based on this information people will be able to make a conclusion about his life horizon, which wouldn’t even require specialist medical education.”
He added that the Russian President had undergone surgery with another source claiming it was an abdominal cancer operation.
Video footage showed Putin's leg moving constantly and his fingers twitching, backing the Parkinson's theory.
Putin also suffered a coughing fit during a televised meeting but the claims about his health were disputed by Kremlin.
The report continues to identify medics who regularly travel with Putin on trips, especially in Sochi which he prefers to Moscow.
Alongside Selivanov the Russian leader is also followed by a neurosurgeon.
Another surgeon Dr Alexey Shcheglov "follows Putin so relentlessly that during public events he allegedly gets into joint photographs with the head of state.”
He is seen as “the doctor who, among other things, can be the first to detect problems with the thyroid gland, including oncological ones”, it is claimed.
There has been widespread speculation in the West that Putin had serious medical issues when he launched a war in Ukraine that estimates say killed 17,000 Russian troops plus many Ukrainian defenders and civilians.
It's believed the Russian leader's decision to invade Ukraine on February 24 may have been sparked by his failing physical condition.
Intelligence sources previously suggested that the bloated face of the Russian dictator as well as his lust for violence may be caused by steroid treatment for cancer.
Additionally, the report stated that Vladimir Putin has "publicly shown interest in the problem of thyroid cancer" after meeting with the head of the National Medical Research Center for Endocrinology, Ivan Dedov in 2020.
The report states: “Dedov told the president about the high prevalence of thyroid cancer and spoke about the new hormonal drug Tyrogin, which fights metastases after surgery.
“‘Recovery of 95-98%?’ Putin asked and heard an affirmative answer.”
The report continues that in early autumn last year Putin year, "behaved especially strangely" when after a long stay in isolation due to Covid he met with the Paralympians.
“That is how, standing in a crowd of people, Putin suddenly announced that he had to go into isolation, because there were too many people around who were sick with the coronavirus."
“The news came as a surprise even to the president's entourage. "
The report adds: “Whether the president was then undergoing some kind of medical manipulation is unknown, but after that, he began to communicate with people at a very great distance – sitting on opposite sides of huge tables. "
The abnormally large meeting table used by Putin in his public appearances has been widely mocked.
Body language expert Erik Bucy noted the size of the 13-foot table could signal "unease with close contact, another sign of physical illness or frailty".
Many of Putin's visitors, including both staff and politicians, have reportedly been forced to quarantine in hotels for two weeks before meeting him- and some even had to walk through an elaborate disinfectant-spraying tunnel.
ABSENT FOR MEDICAL REASONS
The report said that Putin has five times suddenly disappeared from view on medically related absences.
The concerns about the Russian President's health appear to have started in November 2012, as he had a number of business trips and long-distance flights cancelled.
In 2015 Putin did not make any public appearances while all the events he attends are “canned"- pre-recorded events designed to seem they were in real-time.
The medical problems appeared to get worse from 2016-to 17.
Putin visited Abkhazia and Sochi and was treated by another specialist Dr Dmitry Verbovoy, an expert in acute illnesses, injuries and poisonings.
Another was Dr Konstantin Sim, an orthopaedic traumatologist, who possibly helped with ice hockey injuries.
“The president was regularly accompanied to Sochi by an average of five doctors,” said the report.
In November 2016, 12 doctors were “settled in the Run sanatorium.
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Two years later in February 2018, Putin cancelled public events but admitted he "had a cold."
In September 2021, he went into "self-isolation" and attended all the events via video links.
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