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New information about Putin’s health leaked. The Russian leader is seriously ill

Russian President Vladimir Putin suffers from pancreatic and prostate cancer, and also suffers from early-stage Parkinson’s disease, according to emails received by investigative journalists from Britain’s The Sun newspaper.

Similar reports are also provided by the British newspaper Daily Mail. According to the espionage material, the Russian leader is “stuffed” with steroids.

‘Putin suffers from memory lapses’

According to The Sun, this information comes from emails written by an informant from the Russian security services with close ties to the Kremlin.

“Putin is regularly stuffed with all kinds of heavy steroids and innovative painkillers to stop the spread of his recently diagnosed pancreatic cancer. Not only does he cause a lot of pain, Putin also has facial swelling and suffers from other side effects including memory lapses.” – reads part from a confidential document.

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“There are rumors in his close circle that in addition to pancreatic cancer that is gradually spreading, Putin also suffers from prostate cancer,” the source added.

Putin’s health and the war in Ukraine

The document also shows that the 70-year-old president was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in its early stages. The disease is supposed to develop. “This fact will be denied in every possible way and hidden,” says the source.

Since the beginning of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, rumors have spread in the media about the deteriorating health of the Russian leader. It is confirmed by numerous recordings and photos that show Putin’s strange behavior during public appearances.

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The Sun newspaper also quoted Valery Soloviev, a former professor at the Moscow Institute of International Relations, who stated that the health of the President of the Russian Federation was deteriorating significantly and suggested that his condition, both physical and mental, could influence Russia’s decision. wages a chaotic war in Ukraine.

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