Presidential Candidate Says Doctors Found a Worm in His Brain | Technology & Science

Advertisement Gaming: Visit today for your PlayStation, Xbox, Xbox bundles, Nintendo games.
Xbox  |  Xbox Bundles  |  Nintendo  |  Playstation  |  Cards
Manor Lords is a strategy game that allows you to experience the life of a medieval lord.
Horizon Forbidden West. Join Aloy as she braves a majestic but dangerous new frontier that holds mysterious new threats. This Complete Edition allows you to enjoy the critically acclaimed Horizon Forbidden West on PC...

Image by Roy Rochlin via Getty / Futurism.

Despite going to lengths to prove his physical edge over the presidential frontrunners, third-party candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. has had some bizarre health conditions — including, as he claims, a dead brain worm.

As the New York Times reports, based on divorce deposition documents it acquired, RFK Jr. began seeking medical attention from multiple practitioners in 2010 after he developed cognitive issues so severe he feared he had a brain tumor.

While preparing for a procedure at Duke University Medical Center in North Carolina — from the same brain surgeon who operated on his late uncle, Edward “Ted” Kennedy, no less — the younger political scion got a call from one of his neurologists at NewYork-Presbyterian.

According to that doctor, the dark spot on his brain scans was less likely a tumor than a “worm that got into my brain and ate a portion of it and then died,” the conspiracist candidate said when being deposed during his divorce from his second wife, Mary Richardson Kennedy. During those 2012 proceedings, the political scion claimed that his ex was owed less alimony because his earning potential had been impacted by his…

Source futurism.com

FTC: We use income earning affiliate links. More on Sposored links.
Terms of use and third-party services. More here.

Ad Amazon Minecraft the game, plus clothing, toys, and accessories.

Ad Amazon Gaming Laptops, clothing, games and more

Ad Amazon MUSIC Artists Merch Shop

Stay connected throughout the year with official, ongoing Microsoft podcasts.
Microsoft Podcasts Apple | Microsoft podcasts YouTube


“Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.” —Mahatma Gandhi

Related Posts