maybe you should have given another source other than 'one of the top Russian medical institutes'.
Firstly, why should I? Nothing wrong with Russia's medical institutes.
Secondly, might be a bit hard, because none of the 'western' medical institutions are even commenting on this issue -- well not much anyway.
All the evidence says he was poisoned.
Yeah, but by WHO?
Simply because you don't like the way a democratic election in a country you used to occupy has turned out is no reason to cry about it.
Get your hand off it buddy. What Yushchenko has done, and is doing, in Ukraine is just as bad as what Yanukovich has done in Ukraine. There is NOTHING democractic about this entire process in Ukraine. Don't fool yourself.
He would never mix private matters with his professionalism, PERIOD.
PERIOD huh? So you mean to say that I, as well as others, have merely imagined reports of Korpan publicly stating that he supports Yushchenko in his election bid -- isn't this mixing private matters with his professionalism? Bloody oath it is. Furthermore, if Korpan is above all scrutiny, as you suggest he is, why isn't he mentioned by name in many of the media reports as being Yushchenko's doctor?
Look people, I have no doubt that Yushchenko was poisoned. But by what? By whom? When? How? All of these questions are yet to be answered, and Yushchenko's version of events is frankly not believable. Yushchenko isn't releasing information to the authorities who are supposed to be investigating his claims, and he won't meet with authorities. For example, his camp claims that Volodymyr Satsyuk, one of those security officials present at the dinner on 5 September is not able to be found, yet somehow, AP
has managed to interview him. How is that?
As other reports mention, it really doesn't matter who, what, when, how, but Yushchenko has gotten his political capital over the entire affair.