Saturday, September 10, 2016

71% of doctors surveyed think Hillary’s ongoing cough is a big deal. Here’s why…

Biz Pac Review ^ | September 9, 2016 | Michael Dorstewitz 

A recent poll indicates that nearly three-fourths of the medical professionals surveyed — 70.98 percent — believe that Hillary Clinton’s health concerns are “serious,” and “could be disqualifying for the position of president of the U.S.”
The poll was conducted by the Association of American Physicians and Surgeons and its results were released Friday.
Over 91 percent of the respondents were aware that questions have been raised about the former secretary of State’ health.
Over 81 percent were aware that she’d suffered from a concussion, 58.8 percent knew she’d suffered from cerebral sinus thrombosis and 52.8 percent were aware that Clinton had deep venous thrombosis.
Nearly 73 percent of the physicians surveyed said that any one of those three conditions would influence his or her vote in a presidential race.
Exactly 66 percent of the doctors surveyed believed that a physician has a duty to make his concerns about a candidate’s fitness to serve in office for health reasons public.
Finally, 78.5 percent of the responding physicians believed that the media is not placing enough emphasis on Clinton’s health concerns in coverage of the candidate.
Clinton has suffered from fits of coughing since at least 2008, the latest during an address she made at a Labor Day campaign stop.

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