Putin being kept alive with Western cancer drugs to continue waging Ukraine war

Russian President Vladimir Putin is reportedly being treated for cancer with Western medicine as he enters his final year in Russia.

Putin Russian historian and political analyst Valery Solovey said the 70-year-old leader is alive with Western treatments to slow the spread of the cancer, despite some sanctions imposed on the Kremlin and his government.

“I can speak without it. [foreign] A person who receives treatment will not live in public in the Russian Federation,” Solovey told Ukrainian media.

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“We use the most advanced treatments; [and] “It’s the targeted therapy that Russia can’t give him,” Solovey said.

Solovey told the Ukrainian YouTube channel Odesa Film Studio that Putin was “certainly” providing specialized treatment that is not available in Russia.

“I’d say the treatment has been very successful,” Solovey said. “They’ve treated him well.”

Even with the help of Western medicine, Solovey said, “Even according to the doctors who are treating this treatment, no medicine can achieve infinite success.”

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Rumors of Putin’s ill health have swirled since Russia’s unprovoked invasion of Ukraine in February. Putin is believed to be battling both pancreatic cancer and Parkinson’s disease.

Burning cars on a street in Ukraine
Rumors of the Russian leader’s deteriorating health have increased as the war enters its 10th month.
The war in Ukraine
Russia has denied that Putin is suffering from any illness during the war with Ukraine.
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“It can be confirmed that he is in the early stages of Parkinson’s disease, but he is improving,” according to a leak of emails about the Russian strongman’s deteriorating condition, according to a complaint from within the security service.

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“We will deny this fact in every possible way,” the source added.

The Kremlin, which wants to project an image of strength, has denied the Russian leader suffers from any illness.

Earlier this month, the Russian strongman defiled himself after falling five steps at his home, landing on his tailbone. His security team rushed to his side, but the Kremlin later denied that the violent fall had caused him to “defecate involuntarily”.


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