‘Cancer stricken’ Vladimir Putin only being ‘kept alive by foreign doctors’ as the ‘end already in sight’ f… – The Sun

CANCER stricken Vladimir Putin only is being kept alive by foreign doctors but time is running out for him, a Russian political analyst has claimed.
Rumours have persisted the 70-year-old tyrant is “critically ill” and according to Valery Solovey he is being kept alive with “advanced treatments”.
Solovey is a former professor at Moscow’s prestigious Institute of International Relations, a training school for spies and diplomats, who has long claimed inside knowledge about Putin’s health.
His alleged health issues hit a new low in early December after it emerged that he apparently soiled himself during a fall at his official residence.
Bombshell spy documents leaked to The Sun Online also appeared to confirm Putin has early stage Parkinson's disease and pancreatic cancer after months of rumours.
Solovey alleges Putin initially suffered colon cancer which has spread “and is more dangerous now”and the medication has led to early symptoms of Parkinson’s.
“He has quite serious medical problems,” claimed Solovey, who alleges Putin is kept alive by treatment from “non-Russian doctors”.
“I can say that without thi treatment he would definitely not have been in public life in the Russian Federation. This is absolutely certain,” Solovey maintains.
He did not say where the doctors allegedly treating Putin are from but insisted the ailing Kremlin leader “trusts” them.
Solovey, who was speaking to the Ukrainian YouTube channel Odesa Film Studio, claimed Putin is being given “advanced treatments Russia cannot provide him with” supervised by Russian medics.
But he alleged that despite the treatment “the end is already in sight, even according to the doctors who are curating this treatment, because no medication can be endlessly successful”.
The recent cancellation of a trip to visit a major tank plant “might have been related to health issues” said Solovey.
“Usually when trips are cancelled there are two factors at play – matters of health and safety,” he alleged.
“I don’t know which one prevailed in this case.”
No official reason for the cancellation was given but it comes after he cancelled his state-of-the-nation address, his annual hockey game and his end of year press conference.
Putin's condition has been subject of feverish speculation – with him appearing twitchy, unsteady on his feet, and out of breath on occasion.
Mad Vlad was seen clutching a thick blanket earlier this year while watching a parade, and was seen swaying and slurring as he spoke with a glass of champagne.
His alleged health issues hit a new low after it emerged that he apparently soiled himself during a fall at his official residence.
In the past few months, Putin has been pictured with suspected track marks from IV treatment on the back of his hand – amid rumours he may have been suffering from other forms of cancer as well.
While troubling footage showed the Russian leader clutching his chair with a claw-like grip while his feet constantly twitched during a talk in September.
The sight was quickly repeated just days ago during a meeting with Kazakhstan president Kassym-Jomart Tokayev.
He has also displayed purple hands.
Putin has been warned he could face an internal uprising unless he manages to achieve something in Ukraine.
It follows claims by senior Ukrainian figures that Putin fears he will be killed if he loses the war in Ukraine, and so is "fighting for his life".
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