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According to a new report, the late comedian's personal doctor took a selfie when she was under anesthesia moments before she went into a cardiac arrest.
Dr. Lawrence Cohen parts ways with the Upper East Side clinic as investigation into the death of the 'Fashion Police' host is still ongoing.
The Wolverine depicter on 'X Men' movies says the late comedian asked him to perform at her funeral ten years ago after watching his performance in 'The Boy From Oz'.
After being reported performing an unplanned biopsy on Joan, Yorkville Endoscopy clinic says in a statement that they have never done 'a biopsy of the vocal cords' on patients at their facility.
According to a medical source who is familiar with Rivers' treatment, 'biopsy like that should only be done in a hospital setting.'
The late comedian had filmed two episodes of the new edition of NBC's reality series before her death, says Donald Trump.
The 'X-Men' star sings 'Quiet Please, There's a Lady on Stage' at the private funeral in front of celebrity guests which include Kathy Griffin, Whoopi Goldberg and Kelly Osbourne.
'A lot of celebrities' are confirmed to attend and a red carpet will be rolled out before the 'Fashion Police' host is laid to rest in New York.
To determine Joan's cause of death, toxicology test and interview with the doctors who performed her throat surgery are required.
According to some sources, some fans of the 'Fashion Police' star send death threats to the clinic following news that she stopped breathing during a throat procedure.
The 'Fashion Police' host passed away surrounded by family and close friends, a week after being hospitalized.
Officials at health department say that they are currently 'reviewing the matter,' but they have not launched an investigation into the case.
Joan's daughter, Melissa Rivers, reveals her mother has been transferred into a private room and is being 'kept comfortable.'
Melissa Rivers confirms her mother is hooked on machines to survive but denies rumor that she is brought out of coma.
The E! show has canceled the taping that was scheduled to take place in New York this week as the comedienne is brought out of induced coma.