Clinton’s Doctor Refutes Claims of Candidate’s Ill Health

Hillary Clinton’s doctor released a statement on Tuesday debunking the validity of documents purportedly leaked from her office, claiming the candidate has serious medical problems.

According to, fake documents represented to be from Dr. Lisa Bardack’s office appear to have originated from a since deleted Twitter account.

The documents contained information claiming Clinton continued to suffer from the effects of a 2012 concussion that she suffered after fainting. The symptoms included “blacking out,” “uncontrollable twitching” and “memory loss.”

The documents further claimed that Clinton suffers from “complex partial seizures” and “early-onset subcortical vascular dementia.”

In a statement released on Tuesday, Bardack said, “As Secretary Clinton’s long time physician, I released a medical statement during the campaign indicating that she is in excellent health.”

“I have recently been made aware of allegedly ‘leaked’ medical documents regarding Secretary Clinton with my name on them. These documents are false, were not written by me and are not based on any medical facts,” she continued. “To reiterate what I said in my previous statement, Secretary Clinton is in excellent health and fit to serve as President of the United States.”

Bardack released a letter about Clinton’s health in July 2015, which describes the candidate as “a healthy 67-year-old female whose current medical conditions include hypothyroidism and seasonal pollen allergies.”

The letter also addresses Clinton’s concussion noting that she experienced double-vision after the fall for a period of months and was placed on an anticoagulant medication to dissolve a clot in her brain.

According to the doctor, follow up testing in 2013 “revealed a complete resolution of the effects of the concussion” and a “dissolution” of the clot. Clinton remains on anticoagulant medication as a precaution.

Fox News’ Sean Hannity reported extensively on Clinton’s potential health issues on his program last week. He aired photo showing Clinton being helped up stairs by a Secret Service agents last February.

“You see from our picture up there that it looks like she can barely get up stairs without two people carrying her,” Dr. Marc Siegel, a Fox medical expert said of the photo. “I want to know what her neurologist says. I’ve reached out to her neurologist at Columbia after she had that fall. No comment. I want to know what her neurological records show.”

The Clinton campaign has dismissed the reporting by Hannity and others as “deranged conspiracy theories,” CNN reported. (For more from the author of “Clinton’s Doctor Refutes Claims of Candidate’s Ill Health” please click HERE)

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