After spending the night hospitalized in a intensive care unit of Milan, this Thursday the former head of the Italian government, Silvio BerlusconiIt kept stable”as confirmed by a minister from his political space.
The current senator is 86 years old and was admitted this Wednesday to the cardiology unit of the San Raffaele hospital in Milan as a result of respiratory problems linked to a relapse of a pneumonia. He himself has already been hospitalized several times in recent years.
Following his hospitalization, the most popular newspaper in Italy, the Corriere della Sera, stated, without citing sources, that the politician suffers from leukemia. Also, according to the agency ANSAthe tycoon would have already started the treatment of chemotherapy this Wednesday, this being the reason for his hospitalization.
However, Paolo Barellithe leader of Come on Italy in the Chamber, affirmed that the former prime minister faces “something I already had” and he maintained that he prefers “not to go into specific details”, although he asked that the dissemination of this type of information be avoided.
For now, this Thursday his children, his brother and his partner came to the hospital, martha fascinates. In turn, in dialogue with the radio Rai Unothe Minister of Foreign Affairs, Antonio Tajanirevealed that he spoke with the tycoon’s doctor and stated: “He told me that Silvio Berlusconi had a quiet night, that his situation is stable.”
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Specifically, as reported by the Italian media, Berlusconi came to the hospital complaining of breathing difficulties and in the health center they detected that he had low oxygen levels in the bloodwhich caused a stressful situation for his cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
The 86-year-old politician, who was prime minister for nine years, had already been hospitalized between March 27 and 30, an opportunity in which a marrow sampling in order to start the leukemia treatment. However, after his withdrawal from the medical center refused to comment to the press.
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