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Robert F.  Kennedy, the US presidential candidate, had a brain worm in 2012: ‘He traveled a lot in South America, Africa and Asia’, the consultant says |  the world

Robert F. Kennedy, the US presidential candidate, had a brain worm in 2012: ‘He traveled a lot in South America, Africa and Asia’, the consultant says | the world

Robert F. Kennedy, US presidential candidate, on May 1, 2024 — Photo: Eduardo Munoz/Reuters

Robert F. Kennedy, a candidate for the presidency of the United States, who is running without a national party, said that he had a parasite in his brain ten years ago, and he recovered.

Despite being famous for being one of America’s most prominent political dynasties, he was also known as an anti-vaccine activist.

News of the brain parasite was first reported by the New York Times. The candidate’s campaign office later confirmed the story.

Press officer Stephanie Spear said, “Kennedy traveled extensively to Africa, South America, and Asia because of his work as an environmentalist, and it was during one of these places that he contracted a parasite.

The advice says that the problem was solved ten years ago and today he is in good physical and mental health.

Parasite cited in contentious divorce

The “New York Times” found a deposition from the candidate’s 2012 divorce proceedings. He said the doctor told him there was an abnormality in his brain It was “A worm entered my brain, ate part of it and then died.”

At the time, he was suing his ex-wife and claimed he had lost his ability to earn money due to cognitive difficulties.

Kennedy is running as an independent in the US. His chances of winning are slim, but according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll from March, he is expected to get about 8% of the vote.

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