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Hillary In Danger! Top Doc Begs Clinton's Team To Test Her For Poison

hillary clinton poison health scandal pathologist fears foul play
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Sep. 13 2016, Updated 8:42 p.m. ET

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As Hillary Clinton's health woes intensify, one well-known doctor has claimed that the Democratic nominee may have been poisoned!

Bennet Omalu is a renowned pathologist who discovered Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE), a brain disease, in several deceased NFL players. His story was told in the book Concussion, later adopted into a film of the same name starring Will Smith.

Omalu has again made national attention after he took to twitter to make a startling claim after Clinton was seen collapsing at the 9-11 memorial in NYC.

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"I must advise the Clinton campaign to perform toxicologic analysis of Ms. Clinton's blood. It is possible she is being poisoned," Omalu wrote.

As Radar reported, the 68-year-old presidential candidate was seen fainting on Sunday at the September 11th Commemoration Ceremony. Her team released a statement saying that she "felt overheated" and "departed to go to her daughter's apartment." Later, they said she felt "much better," but was suffering from the effects of pneumonia.

Omalu claimed that Clinton might have been poisoned, however, and even added that Russian president Vladimir Putin could be involved!

"...All things are possible," Omalu wrote.

Clinton has also been fighting a case of pneumonia, something she claimed she tried to keep secret because she didn't think the illness was "going to be that big a deal," CNN reported. Clinton told Anderson Cooper that prior to fainting on Sunday she "should have gotten some rest sooner" and said she would have been better off pulling down her schedule before the weekend.

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"I thought that I could just keep going forward and power through it. And obviously that didn't work out so well," Clinton told Cooper.

The presidential candidate insisted that she has been transparent about her health throughout her campaign, regardless of her frequent coughing fits and other health-related allegations raised against her.

Clinton recently thanked her fans on Twitter and said she was recovering writing, "Thanks to everyone who's reached out with well wishes! I'm feeling fine and getting better. –H"

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