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September 27, 2021
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Bernie Sanders suffered a heart attack

Democratic candidate for the Presidency Sen. Bernie Sanders suffered a heart attack. His campaign was published right after his exit form the Desert Springs Medical Center in Las Vegas on Friday.

Sanders said in a tweet, Friday, “I want to express my gratitude to the surgeons, health care professionals and medical staff at Desert Springs Hospital for their excellent care. “After two and a half days in the hospital, I’m feeling great, and after taking a short time off, I’m looking forward to getting back to work.”

Sanders ‘ doctor of therapy — Arturo Marchand Jr., MD and Arjun Gururaj, MD — reported that the senator has a “myocardial infarction” condition and two blocked coronary artery stents, adding “that all other arteries are normal.”

They also noted that Sanders ‘ stay and care was “unincidental with strong planned results,” and that “his personal physician should be followed up.”

According to Senior Counselor Jeff Weaver Sanders of Vermont, he had “chest pain” during a campaign event on Tuesday night.

On Thursday, his campaign announced that he would be taking part in the next Primary Democratic Debate, on 15 October, and that he plans to come back home to Vermont in the next days before engaging in the discussion. Weaver said on Monday he was “canceling his activities and appearances up to a new confirmation.”

In a tweet on Thursday afternoon Sanders ‘ wife Jane said that her husband had “been up and about” and had not faced any other procedure”since the stent implant.

“He had a good time these last few days, talking to people, friends and family and all sorts of good wishers who called and his friends and of course the good wishers who had tweeted, e-mailed, rang, all our telephones. And we want to thank them very much, “said Jane Sanders.

Sanders also tweeted:

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