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“It’s difficult to predict now. The disease pattern is somehow
different, more complicated than we thought at the very beginning,”
Harms told the journalists on Tuesday near the building of Central
Clinical Hospital No. 5, where the ex-premier is currently undergoing
treatment.

Head of the joint medical commission Raisa Moiseyenko said it was
difficult to answer the question of whether state of Tymoshenko’s health
will allow her to attend the court on October 15, but she stressed that
at the moment the treatment of the ex-premier is based on
physiotherapy.

“The patient isn’t an in-patient…But in fact she just is undergoing
physiotherapy. This is a method that is being applied rather effectively
today. One thing is required – working diligently… But there should be
two goals of any treatment, not only the doctors’, but the patient
herself should also work diligently. Now the patient will be observed at
the in-patient department and undergo physiotherapy. The rest will be
determined by the German side,” Moiseyenko said.

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