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Panama president diagnosed with 'low-risk' blood disorder, wife says

Panama president diagnosed with 'low-risk' blood disorder, wife says

Panamanian President Laurentino Cortizo suffers from a low-risk type of a rare blood disorder known as myelodysplastic syndrome, his wife Yazmin Colon said on Sunday after tests carried out in the United States.
Myelodysplastic syndrome is considered a type of cancer affecting the body's ability to make healthy blood cells in bone marrow, the American Cancer Society states.

"Good news," she said in an audio message shared with local media. "He has myelodysplasia, but at low risk." Reuters confirmed the authenticity of the file.

Cortizo had traveled with his wife to the United States a week ago for the tests. The condition was first detected last month but Cortizo said he would seek another opinion.

CSeronello 28 days ago
It's amazing that this news source has not one article on what's happening right now in Panama!
Oh ya 28 days ago
Well we will have to see of that comes off the list of health hazards from the clot shot. And on another note with all the strikes going on in panama the last few days not a word from this pathetic news group panatimes.


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