Long table can be a clue
Is Vladimir Putin seriously ill?
Reports of frequent visits to doctors have fueled speculation about the health of the Russian president.
According to a report by journalists, Putin may suffer from cancer – information vehemently denied by the Kremlin.
According to a report by Proekt, a drill press syndicate, it has Russian President Vladimir Putin “He visited an oncologist 35 times and bathed in deer antlers”, Telegraph scribe.
Dr. Yevgeny Selivanov, who works in Moscow, is said to have traveled with Putin to the president’s residence in Sochi on countless occasions, according to the report.
Proekt Editor says according to Moscow Times.
The Kremlin strongly denied this information.
“Fiction and lies,” said spokesman Dmitry Peskov.
Puffy face – possible clue
The report does not claim that Putin suffers from cancer, but makes a series of statements claiming that something does not suit his health.
It is believed that Putin underwent a secret surgery last fall. According to the report, the president did not appear in public throughout September.
Dr. Yevgeny Selivanov has the thyroid gland as his area of specialization. The report also states that Putin, for eight days in August 2017, was with him several doctors in Sochi. Including Selivanov.
If it was cancer, Putin might have been on steroids, which may explain why his face has been looking more puffy lately. Scriver Telegraph.
Table – a sign of illness?
The famous rectangular table, at which Putin greeted both Emmanuel Macron and Olaf Schultz, is also seen as part of the blockchain. He believes the distance is related to his health.
Putin has eliminated the pandemic in a way that no head of state in the world has ever done. The Russian president held most of his meetings via video link and only allowed a few visitors who had been quarantined for two weeks and had a stool test “to read it in the report according to the telegraph.
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