Robert F. Kennedy Jr.ís disclosure that a doctor apparently found a dead worm in his brain has sparked questions about what brain parasites are, the damage they can cause and how, exactly, they get there. Credit...Getty Images
   
 

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  RFK Jr. Says Doctors Found a Dead Worm in His Brain

By Li Huang
tellususa.com


Robert F. Kennedy Jr., an independent candidate for the US presidential elections, had a parasite in his head over a decade ago. He contracted it during his travels in Africa, South America, and Asia where he worked as an environmental advocate. The campaign confirmed that he has fully recovered and is in good physical and mental health. The issue has been resolved for over ten years now.

In a deposition from 12 years ago, Kennedy claimed that a worm had gotten into his brain and ate a portion of it, which caused an abnormality on his brain scan. The deposition was given during his divorce proceedings from his second wife, Mary Richardson Kennedy. He argued that he had diminished earning power due to cognitive struggles. Mary Richardson Kennedy passed away by suicide in 2012 while she and Kennedy were fighting over custody of their four children.

According to a Reuters/Ipsos poll in March, Kennedy could potentially pick up 8% of voters nationwide. He is running for the White House in November, competing against Republican former President Donald Trump and Democratic President Joe Biden.

When asked about Kennedy's health, his press secretary, Stefanie Spear, responded that it was a hilarious suggestion to question his health, considering his competition.

 

 





                      

 
 

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