Following an investigation, the New York City Office of Chief Medical Examiner announced Joan Rivers’ official cause of death. See what it is and whether it could lead to a lawsuit…
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A medical source with knowledge of the case said Joan Rivers never approved of the procedure that set off a chain of emergencies that led to her death. The clinic where the procedure was performed is under investigation.
There is finally good news to report about Joan Rivers: Reputable sources close to the family say key indicators look good as doctors lift the 81-year-old out of a medically induced coma.
After suffering cardiac arrest during an outpatient throat procedure on Thursday, Joan Rivers is listed in stable condition. However, the 81-year-old is definitely not out of the woods.
Fashion Police‘s Joan Rivers was rushed to Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City on this morning after she stopped breathing during an out-patient procedure on her vocal chords. The story is developing…
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