Russian President Vladimir Putin hosts the leaders of the Commonwealth of Nations in St. Petersburg, February 26, 2022 (Reuters)
Russian President Vladimir Putin is being treated with Western medicine and doctors for cancer, the New York Post reported, which estimates that Putin may now begin what could be his last year as Russia's leader.
Against the background of the many sanctions imposed on Putin, the Kremlin and his regime, the 70-year-old leader is apparently kept alive by Western treatments designed to slow the spread of cancer in his body, according to Russian historian and analyst Valery Solovyi.
"I can say that without this foreign treatment he certainly would not have been able to stay in public life," Solovy told Ukrainian media.
"He receives the most advanced treatments, including 'Targeted Therapy' or 'Biological Treatment' which uses the patient's immune system to attack the tumor cells in a more effective and better way, which is a treatment that Russia cannot provide to him".
"Putin's cancer treatment has almost stopped due to the worsening of relations with Israel" (Photo: photo editing, photo editing)
"Putin's life depends on the drugs given to him by Israeli doctors"
Solovi added in an interview he gave to the Ukrainian YouTube channel Odesa Film Studio that he is sure that Putin receives special treatment that is not available in Russia.
"I would say that the treatment was even too successful," Solovy added.
"They treat him too well."
He did not say where the "non-Russian doctors" allegedly treating Putin came from, but noted that the ailing Kremlin leader "trusts them" and the treatment is overseen by the top doctors in Moscow, he said.
The Daily Mail reported that in the past senior sources claimed that Putin's life depended on life-saving drugs given to him by Israeli doctors and purchased in Israel.
Moreover, according to the reports, Israel used this information as a way to threaten Putin to resolve the Jewish Agency crisis, when in July of this year the Ministry of Justice in Russia demanded that the Jewish Agency be removed from the list of non-governmental organizations registered in Russia, and in effect stop its activities in the country.
The Russian Telegram channel General SVR, operated by a former Russian intelligence agent, made claims that Vladimir Putin's cancer treatment could be stopped due to worsening relations with Israel and that Putin "was warned of possible problems in the supply of the drugs purchased in Israel for his treatment".
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"He has quite serious medical problems," Solovyi said, "the most serious of which is the cancer. So far he has been kept alive by the treatment given to him by non-Russian doctors. The strategy and tactics of the treatment were defined by doctors outside of Russia and they are the ones who operated on him in February 2020, shortly after he was diagnosed with cancer."
Although he was helped by the most innovative treatments of Western medicine, Solovi claimed that "the end is already in sight, even according to the doctors who are giving him this treatment, because no medicine can defeat cancer."
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Russian President Vladimir Putin hosts the leaders of the Commonwealth of Nations in St. Petersburg, February 26, 2022 (Photo: Reuters, Sputnik/Alexei Danichev)
Since Russia's invasion of Ukraine in February, rumors have spread about Putin's apparently deteriorating health, with reports in the various media that he is battling both pancreatic cancer and Parkinson's disease.
"I can confirm that he was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease at an early stage, but it has since progressed," a source close to the security services claimed in the leaked emails.
"This fact will be denied in every possible way and will be hidden," said the source.
The Kremlin denies that the Russian leader, who likes to project a powerful image, is suffering from some kind of illness.
Earlier this month, it was reported that Putin fell five steps in his home, landed on his tailbone and defecated on himself.
Although his security team rushed to his side, the hard fall caused him to "involuntarily defecate" according to the reports, which were also denied by the Kremlin.
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