Since Russia has faced severe setbacks on the battlefield in Ukraine in recent months, several claims and counterclaims have been made about Vladimir Putin’s health. Some reports suggest he has not been well for a long time, and now a report suggests that Russian President Vladimir Putin is battling both Parkinson’s disease and pancreatic cancer.
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Vladimir Putin is currently under equal treatment, British newspaper The Sun reported, citing leaked Kremlin documents.
The report states that Vladimir Putin is “regularly doped on all manner of heavy steroids,” while attaching videos and photos of the 70-year-old Russian leader, who has been spotted twitching and unsure of himself in several public appearances.
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Vladimir Putin has both early-stage Parkinson’s disease and pancreatic cancer, The Sun claimed, adding that the newspaper saw emails from a Russian intelligence source. The report also added that the cancer is now spreading to other parts of his body.
“I can confirm he was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at an early stage, but it’s already progressing,” the insider said in an email quoted in the report.
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“This fact is being denied and hidden in every possible way,” the email continued.
“Putin is regularly hosed on all sorts of heavy steroids and innovative painkilling injections to stop the spread of pancreatic cancer, which he was recently diagnosed with,” it said.
“Not only does it cause a lot of pain, Putin has facial swelling and other side effects — including memory lapses. There are rumors in his close circle that in addition to pancreatic cancer, which is gradually spreading, Putin also has prostate cancer,” the intelligence source added.
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It was also previously reported that Vladimir Putin’s hands were seen with traces of possible IV treatment. Last month, reports claimed Vladimir Putin was having “coughing fits, constant nausea and loss of appetite.”
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