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Vladimir Putin is a “hypochondriac” who is “trying to embalm himself alive” with Botox without “any conclusive evidence” that he is ill, an analyst says amid mounting rumors that he is suffering from health problems

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Vladimir Putin is a “hypochondriac” who is trying to “embalm while he’s still alive” with Botox, a British war studies professor has claimed. Professor Michael Clarke, a fellow at King’s College London, said he had seen no evidence to prove conclusively that the Russian leader was ill. Today, Putin is in the picture.

The president has been plagued by health rumors in recent years amid claims he is suffering from Parkinson's disease cancer after appearing shaky and bloated during his public appearances.  But a military expert said Putin regularly visits his team of doctors because of paranoia about his health.

The president has been plagued by health rumors in recent years amid claims he is suffering from Parkinson’s disease cancer after appearing shaky and bloated during his public appearances. But a military expert said Putin regularly visits his team of doctors because of paranoia about his health.

Professor Clarke told Sky News: “He'll be 70 on October 7. He's known to have hit Botox very hard, I always say he's trying to embalm himself while he's still alive - he takes a lot of Botox.

Professor Clarke told Sky News: “He’ll be 70 on October 7. He’s known to have hit Botox very hard, I always say he’s trying to embalm himself while he’s still alive – he takes a lot of Botox. “He moves around with doctors, there is known to be a small team of doctors who are never far away, and he is said to leave appointments at frequent intervals to consult with someone.”

“I suspect he’s just a hypochondriac to be honest. The defense and security expert added: “I’ve spoken to a number of people who say you can’t detect Parkinson’s by the way they walk, you can’t detect cancer symptoms just by looking at photographs.” He said he had not seen enough “convincing evidence” to suggest that Putin is seriously ill and it will have an impact on his leadership.

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But he added: “If he gets sick or becomes ill, it would be one way for Russia to say that the president has stepped down and Nikolai Patrushev - who is as vile as he is - will now be prosecuting the war.  At the very least, it would be a change of face that the West could then do something about, but that's really only a secondary option.”

But he added: “If he gets sick or becomes ill, it would be one way for Russia to say that the president has stepped down and Nikolai Patrushev – who is as vile as he is – will now be prosecuting the war. At the very least, it would be a change of face that the West could then do something about, but that’s really only a secondary option.”

It comes just days after a Kremlin insider claimed Putin's doctors advised him not to appear in public for a

It comes just days after a Kremlin insider claimed Putin’s doctors advised him not to appear in public for a “long time” when he fell ill during recent discussions with his military commanders. The Russian president felt “sharp nausea, weakness and dizziness” when he got up from his desk after a recent video conference with advisers and military leaders, the General SVR Telegram channel reported last week.

“The president needed urgent medical help,” the channel, which is said to have sources in the Kremlin, said, repeatedly claiming Putin’s alleged health problems, including cancer and Parkinson’s disease. The channel also cited the “dizziness” incident to explain last week’s sudden announcement that Putin’s annual live “Direct Line” — a question-and-answer marathon where he answers questions from ordinary Russians over the course of several hours — had been postponed with no replacement date set. Rumors of Putin’s deteriorating health have circulated for years, but they are quickly gaining momentum.

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