Former Bolivian president’s doctor says Jeanine Áñez has acute kidney infection

The report from Áñez's doctor detailed that Dr. Gutierrez "suggested that treatment be initiated within the penitentiary" and that both agreed to begin "microbial treatment".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - A report from the private doctor of Jeanine Áñez, the former transitional president of Bolivia, indicated that she suffers from "acute kidney infection" and requires hospitalization. Still, the other doctors of the penitentiary medical board do not see the need for her to leave the prison where she is preventively detained.

The report of Dr. Pavel Angles was disseminated this Saturday through the social networks of the former president, and it indicates that he participated in a medical meeting on April 21 together with Wilder Huanca, doctor of the Miraflores prison where the former president is . . .

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