Buckingham Palace revealed that the disease was discovered during the Queen's examination for benign prostatic hyperplasia
Buckingham Palace announced Monday that King Charles has been diagnosed with a type of cancer.
The palace said in a statement that the health problem was discovered during the king’s recent visit to the hospital due to an enlarged prostate. “Subsequent diagnostic tests identified a form of cancer.” The statement confirmed that it was not prostate cancer.
No additional information was provided about the exact type, stage, or diagnosis of the cancer.
“Today His Majesty has begun a schedule of regular treatments, during which time doctors have advised him to postpone his public duties. Throughout this period, His Majesty will continue to carry out business of state and official papers as usual. Read the statement.
The king remains 'Absolutely positive about his treatment' And looking forward to “Return to full public duty as soon as possible.” She added. The King has made the decision to go public with his diagnosis to avoid this “speculation” And also to raise awareness of cancer “For everyone around the world” The palace added that he was affected by the disease.
Charles ascended the throne of Britain at the age of 73 on September 8, 2022, succeeding his mother, Queen Elizabeth II, after her reign that lasted more than 70 years.
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