A quick search of your alleged physician treating you since 2001 reveals the near impossibility of that being the case.
Dr. Lisa Bardack, would have not been old enough to treat Mrs Clinton.
Am I suggesting here that Hillary being the elitist she thinks she is would be taken care of by a mere intern?
Yes I am, and no she wouldn’t.
Having spent the majority of my career in medicine, trust when I say that a patient’s chart can be manipulated to say or delete virtually anything.
Don’t blame Hillary, she’s a pathological liar and a psychopath, she has trouble keeping her lies straight.
Perhaps the young physician’s can be found on Hillary’s servers as it isn’t available anywhere.
Her medical biography? Nope, nothing.
New York Hospital- Cornell University Medical Center: 1993
New York Hospital- Cornell University Medical Center: 1993 Board Certifications Internal Medicine: 1993 Hospital AffiliationsNorthern Westchester HospitalNY TIMES
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s campaign released a letter from her doctor on Friday attesting to her health and fitness for office, on a day marked by a deluge of other disclosures about her finances and a new batch of emails from her time as secretary of state.
The document releases, coming on a summer Friday, began with a letter from Dr. Lisa Bardack, a physician in Mount Kisco, N.Y., near Mrs. Clinton’s Chappaqua home who said she had treated Mrs. Clinton since 2001.
Mrs. Clinton is the first presidential candidate in this election cycle to make public a medical letter about her fitness for office.
Mrs. Clinton’s aides are increasingly looking to contrast her with Jeb Bush, a top Republican presidential candidate, and they see a favorable comparison between the transparency of her business records and that of Mr. Bush’s private-sector work, and note that he has not yet released medical information.
Nick Merrill, a spokesman for Mrs. Clinton, did not immediately respond to questions about whether they would make Dr. Bardack available.
Questions about Mrs. Clinton’s health have percolated for the last two years. In her final weeks at the State Department in 2012, officials said Mrs. Clinton contracted a virus, fainted and struck her head, suffering a concussion and, shortly after, a blood clot in her head.
In the letter, dated Tuesday, Dr. Bardack describes Mrs. Clinton as a healthy 67-year-old woman who has only relatively minor maladies. But the letter notes that Mrs. Clinton was treated for “a deep vein thrombosis in 1998 and in 2009, an elbow fracture in 2009 and a concussion in 2012.”
“During follow up evaluations” after the 2012 concussion, Dr. Bardack wrote, “Mrs. Clinton was found to have a transverse sinus venous thrombosis and began anticoagulation therapy to dissolve the clot.” She noted that Mrs. Clinton also wore glasses with specialized Fresnel Prism lenses to address double vision she suffered after the concussion. (Mrs. Clinton was photographed with the glasses, including during testimony before Congress about the Benghazi terrorist attacks.)
The doctor said that follow-up testing in 2013 showed a “complete resolution” of the effects of the concussion and that the clot had dissolved. But Mrs. Clinton – who had also suffered a blood clot in the 1990s – was kept on daily anticoagulation medicine.
Dr. Bardack said Mrs. Clinton takes Armour Thyroid for her thyroid disorder, as well as antihistimines for “seasonal pollen allergies,” vitamin B12 and Coumadin.
Her blood pressure during an exam in March was a low 100/65, and she had a normal cardiological examination.
( A single blood pressure reading on any given day means nothing unless it’s far out side the norm on the high end. )
“She eats a diet rich in lean protein, vegetables and fruits,” the doctor wrote. “She exercises regularly, including yoga, swimming, walking and weight training.”
The letter does not state Mrs. Clinton’s height or weight.
“Mrs. Clinton is a healthy female with hypothyroidism and seasonal allergies, on long-term anticoagulation,” Ms. Bardack wrote.
“She participates in a healthy lifestyle and has had a full medical evaluation, which reveals no evidence or additional medical issues or cardiovascular disease.”
“She is in excellent physical condition and fit to serve as president of the United States,” the doctor wrote.
Mrs. Clinton’s campaign also said Friday that it would be releasing the tax returns Mrs. Clinton has filed since her 2008 presidential campaign, itemized lists of her and her husband’s paid speeches in 2013, and details about their business holdings.
The disclosures came as the State Department on Friday released a fresh round of Mrs. Clinton’s emails from her tenure as the secretary of state during President Obama’s first term.