The Sanders team told reporters a minute before the health panel Friday that he had received seven stitches – along with a clean bill – at a local clinic after he had cut his head earlier "on the edge of a glass shower-door."
Sanders did not recognize the bandage on his left eye, except that he briefly came across the area around the threads, during his panel of patients and health experts in the Local Hall 1422 of the International Maritime Workers' Association Charleston.
Suffered from an injury, and before the public event, Sanders also attended a breakfast meeting with about 20 local clergy members, the campaign said. He will continue in Nevada for a rally on Saturday. The health talk on Friday marks Sanders' second appearance in Palmetto, where he lost badly to Hillary Clinton in early 201
They returned to this message on Friday during the panel and the subsequent Q & A session. "We have a system in which insurance companies and pharmaceutical companies make billions, but you still have dozens and tens of millions of Americans who can not afford to go to the doctor," Sanders said at the meeting. "These are pretty crazy things for me."