King Charles diagnosed with cancer, Buckingham Palace announces

King Charles diagnosed with cancer, Buckingham Palace announces
King Charles diagnosed with cancer, Buckingham Palace announces

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - LONDON — King Charles has been diagnosed with a type of cancer, following medical investigations linked to his treatment for an enlarged prostate, Buckingham Palace disclosed on Monday. While it has been confirmed that the condition is not prostate cancer, the specific type of cancer the King is facing has not been disclosed to the public.

In light of his diagnosis, King Charles has commenced "regular treatments," with Buckingham Palace conveying the King's optimistic stance towards his treatment regime. He is eagerly anticipating a return to his full slate of public duties at the earliest opportunity. However, in the interim, his planned public engagements will be deferred, with expectations set for other senior members of the Royal Family to fill in during his period of treatment.

The Palace has chosen not to release further information regarding the stage of the cancer or any prognostic details at this juncture. Despite this setback, the 75-year-old monarch is set to persist in fulfilling his constitutional responsibilities as the head of state, demonstrating his commitment to his role amidst personal health challenges.

The announcement comes in the wake of King Charles undergoing a procedure related to his prostate at a private hospital in London over a week ago. — Agencies


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