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King Charles III Has Cancer – Buckingham Palace Discloses

Having undergone a prostate procedure at a private London hospital over a week ago, the King previously opted to publicize his prostate treatment, aiming to encourage more men to undergo prostate checks, as stated by the palace

In a recent development regarding the health of King Charles III, Buckingham Palace has disclosed that a different type of cancer was uncovered during the King’s recent treatment for an enlarged prostate.

Stating specifically that it was not prostrate cancer, the specific cancer type remains undisclosed. However, as per an official statement, the King initiated “regular treatments” on Monday.

Despite the health challenge, the King, 75, maintains a positive outlook on his treatment and eagerly anticipates a swift return to full public duty, according to the palace. Consequently, he will temporarily defer his public engagements, with other senior royals expected to step in on his behalf during the treatment period.

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Details regarding the cancer stage and prognosis are being kept confidential. Nevertheless, while pausing public events, the palace indicated the King will persist in fulfilling his constitutional role as the head of state. The monarch was spotted at a church service in Sandringham on Sunday, where he acknowledged well-wishers.

Having undergone a prostate procedure at a private London hospital over a week ago, the King previously opted to publicize his prostate treatment, aiming to encourage more men to undergo prostate checks, as stated by the palace.

The King expressed satisfaction in raising awareness about prostate health, leading to an increased interest in prostate conditions, as reported on the NHS website.

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