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Media announced /></p><p>According to director Oliver Stone, Putin had cancer in 2017, but was able to recover.</p><p> Related video</p><p>Head of the Moscow department of the publication Newsweek Owen Matthews said that Russian President Vladimir Putin may be sick with Parkinson's disease or other serious illness. Express writes about it.</p><p>“It's very hard to say. It's not just about meetings with cancer specialists…he has clearly spent up to 135 days with oncology specialists since 2017,” the expert said.</p><p>He referred to a conversation with Hollywood director Oliver Stone , who made several documentaries about Putin. According to him, the head of the Kremlin had cancer back in 2017, but was able to recover.</p><p>Matthews noted that in various videos of Putin, you can see that his right hand is trembling. This may indicate that he has Parkinson's disease. However, not everyone believes that the President of the Russian Federation can be ill, as he can successfully hide it.</p><p>The publication writes that back in May, the former agent of the British intelligence service Mi-6, Christopher Steele, said that Putin often accompanied by doctors.</p><p>However, journalists noted that CIA director William Burns said in July that Putin looked “too healthy.” Truth then clarified that his comment should not be taken as an official “intelligence” statement.</p><h2>Parkinson's disease</h2><p><em>This is a progressive chronic degenerative disease. Most often they suffer from older people. Symptoms include muscle rigidity (stiffness), tremors, and unsteadiness. The disease is caused by the death of nerve cells that produce dopamine. </em></p><p>We also recall that the propagandist Simonyan thanked Putin for inciting wars. The editor-in-chief of the RT television channel delivered her gratitude speech after the Russian president awarded her the Order of Honor for “numerous services to the Motherland”.</p>  <script async src=