By Tara West
Hillary Clinton is attempting to squash rumors that she is suffering from a series of serious illnesses by releasing new health records. The latest letter by Clinton’s doctor reveals that the presidential hopeful suffers from a variety of minor ailments such as hyperthyroidism and seasonal allergies, but that she also underwent a minor surgery back in January. It was also revealed that Clinton’s recent medical episode in New York City on 9/11 was due to a pneumonia diagnosis.
The US News and World Report reveals that Hillary Clinton’s doctor has released a new letter indicating that the Democratic presidential hopeful is still fit to serve as POTUS following a health scare in New York City on 9/11. The doctor reveals that Mrs. Clinton’s health was questioned after she was videoed staggering and nearly collapsing after leaving a 9/11 event in New York City early.
How Healthy Is Hillary Clinton? Doctors Weigh In
WASHINGTON — The disclosure last week that Hillary Clinton was being treated for pneumonia thrust the health of both of the major parties’ presidential candidates and their running mates to the center of the campaign, and led to the release of more detailed medical histories from the two candidates seeking what is widely regarded as the world’s most demanding job.
But doctors not connected with the candidate’s care say that the letters omit basic information like height and weight, and that a more detailed history of her blood clots and a 2012 concussion should be disclosed. Still, the information Mrs. Clinton has made public is more extensive than the details and assessments that Dr. Harold N. Bornstein, the doctor for Donald J. Trump, 70, the Republican presidential nominee, provided on Thursday, saying that Mr. Trump has had no serious illness and “is in excellent health.”
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