In an interview with Radio NV on Jan. 29, Brill confirmed that he did not believe the rumors that Putin had an incurable disease and had a “terminally ill” diagnosis made by the world’s media from afar. .
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“I can’t believe it,” Brill said.
“I’m almost 99% sure it’s not true. And (I’m skeptical) not only terminal diagnoses that cause people to die, but maybe basic ones due to age. Also for other diseases.
As an example, he commented on a long-standing rumor that Putin had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, pointing out that if that were true, Putin would probably already be dead.
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“For pancreatic cancer, given the time frame, people will die even if they are on chemotherapy and even if they choose the best treatment,” the doctor said.
“One more thing, Parkinson’s…I don’t think so. I think he’s healthy. And no matter how many people want to replace reality with desire, it’s just not right.” Underestimating an enemy can be harmful because it can even harm you.”
In May 2022, the head of Ukraine’s military intelligence, Kirill Budanov, said Putin had cancer and other serious illnesses.
“But it’s not worth expecting Putin to die tomorrow,” Budanov said.
In late April 2022, the British tabloid The Sun also published an article that Putin had cancer and would soon undergo surgery.
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In May, the US publication New Lines Magazine obtained footage of an oligarch close to the Kremlin stating that Putin has blood cancer.
Meanwhile, former British intelligence officer Christopher Steele has claimed that Putin has a very serious illness, though it is not clear what exactly.
US filmmaker Oliver Stone, who previously made a propaganda film about Putin, also claims that the Russian dictator has cancer.
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The Danish daily Berlinske reported on December 30, 2022, citing an interview with a source called Joachim, who is head of Russia analysis for FE, the Danish Defense Intelligence Agency. Medicine when he decided to start a war in Ukraine.
“Megalomania is one of the known side effects of the type of hormone therapy he was undergoing,” Joakim said.
Tabloids around the world have also repeatedly reported that Putin may be suffering from the early stages of Parkinson’s disease.
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