Putin constantly followed by ‘thyroid cancer’ doctor: Specialist has ‘spent 280+ days’ with Russian President

Putin constantly followed by ‘thyroid cancer’ doctor: Specialist has ‘spent 280+ days’ with Russian President

Putin constantly followed by ‘thyroid cancer’ doctor: Specialist has ‘spent 280+ days’ with Russian President

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Vladimir Putin is ‘constantly’ accompanied by a doctor specializing in thyroid cancer, a new investigation shows. Surgeon Yevgeny Selivanov, of Moscow’s Central Clinical Hospital, has flown to the Russian leader no less than 35 times in Black Sea resort Sochi, his favorite place of residence.

The respected doctor’s thesis – showing his area of medical expertise – was entitled: ‘Peculiarities of diagnostics and surgical treatment of elderly and senile patients with thyroid cancer’.

One version is that he has been treated with steroids, leading to a bloated look around the face and neck.

There is wide speculation that Putin had serious medical issues when he launched a war in Ukraine that estimates say has killed 17,000 Russian troops plus many Ukrainian soldiers and civilians.

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The report identified medics who regularly travel with Putin – who will be 70 in October – on trips, and especially in Sochi which Putin prefers to Moscow.

Apart from the thyroid cancer specialist, another was a neurosurgeon.

The report also stated: ‘It is generally accepted that in the 23rd year of his reign, the President of Russia is only interested in geopolitics.

‘In fact, there is at least one other issue that Putin is hardly less worried about – his own health.’

‘In July 2020, Putin met with the head of the National Medical Research Center for Endocrinology, Ivan Dedov, who is the boss of Putin’s eldest daughter Maria Vorontsova.’

Maria is a geneticist, aged 36, from his marriage to former Russian first lady Lyudmila Putina.


‘Dedov told the president about the high prevalence of thyroid cancer and spoke about the new hormonal drug Tyrogin, which fights metastases after surgery.

‘”Recovery of 95-98%?” Putin asked and heard an affirmative answer.’

The report went on: ‘There is indeed talk in medical circles about the president’s health problems.

‘Especially these conversations intensified in the early autumn of last year, when Putin behaved especially strangely.

‘After a long stay in isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the head of state finally began to get out to meet people.

‘On September 13, he met with the Paralympian’s and even allowed the athletes to tightly surround him.


‘That is how, standing in a crowd of people, Putin suddenly announced that he had to go into isolation, because there were too many people around who were sick with the coronavirus.

‘The news came as a surprise even to the president’s entourage.

‘His press secretary was at first confused and refuted the chief – allegedly the president, speaking of isolation, expressed himself “figuratively”.

‘Nevertheless, the next day, Putin went into isolation, took part in the Duma elections from his own office and did not appear in public all September.

‘Whether the president was then undergoing some kind of medical manipulation is unknown, but after that he began to communicate with people at a very great distance – sitting on opposite sides of huge tables.

‘In other words, if before Putin moved away from people in a figurative sense of the word, now he began to do it in the most direct way.’


Symptoms of thyroid cancer include the appearance of a thick nodule in the thyroid area; hoarseness of voice; difficulty swallowing; pain in the neck and throat; enlarged lymph nodes in the neck; a dry cough, scratchy or scratchy feeling in the throat or behind the sternum.

There have been previous claims that Putin had suffered from cancer, which were denied by the Kremlin.

Dr Alexey Shcheglov is a surgeon originally with ENT training and he ‘follows Putin so relentlessly that during public events he allegedly gets into joint photographs with the head of state.’

He has visited Putin most often with 59 trips encompassing 282 days.

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