BREAKING: Bernie Sanders’ daughter-in-law dies at 46
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The daughter-in-law of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders has died aged 46, shortly after being diagnosed with cancer.
Rainè Riggs died Saturday, the day Sanders returned to Vermont after suffering a heart attack.
The article goes on to state the following:
Her obituary said she was diagnosed with neuroendocrine cancer.
Riggs was worked at Dartmouth Medical School as the director of behavioral medicine.
“The obituary said Riggs was the director of behavioral medicine at Dartmouth Medical School for several years, and she started the Palliative Care Department for Dartmouth Medical Center. She also owned Riggs Geriatric Psychology in Windsor, Vermont,” Bloomberg reports. “Riggs and Sanders had three children.”
Bernie Sanders’s Daughter-in-law, Rainè Riggs, dies of cancer at age 46.https://t.co/bfTLv7QCVX
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