85-Year-Old Larry King Suffers Another Heart Stroke and Goes Into Cardiac Arrest

Updated On 30 Apr, 2019 Published On

85-year-old American television and radio host, Larry King suffered another major heart attack last Thursday, 24th April 2019 which sent him into cardiac arrest.

Sources close to the television host has been suffering difficulties breathing for months and was scheduled to check himself into the hospital Thursday for an angiogram.

Larry's publicist informed the host of Larry King Live suffered an angina attack and not a heart attack.

He further reported that Larry hadn't gone into cardiac arrest, but underwent a successful angioplasty.

However, according to TMZ's sources, doctors told Shawn King, Larry's wife that he suffered a minor heart stroke.


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They further diagnosed that Larry's body contained signs of protein, a clear indication of a stroke.

Larry was preparing for the hospital when he went into a cardiac arrest at home.

King was then immediately rushed to the hospital where he was given an angioplasty. they opened up his artery and inserted stents to help him breathe. 

The talk show legend is expected to be released by the hospital Monday.

Larry King has been suffering heart problems for almost 30 years and has had 2 heart attacks but still survived.