Charles III has cancer, Buckingham Palace reveals in a statement

King Charles III, 75, has been diagnosed with cancer, as Buckingham Palace announced in a statement.

“During the king’s recent hospital procedure for a benign enlarged prostate, another issue of concern has been noted,” according to the emailed statement.. “Subsequent diagnostic tests have identified a form of cancer.”

Buckingham Palace does not specify the type of cancer diagnosed or what stage it is in. In a statement, the British royal house explained that the tumor was discovered in the recent surgical procedure to treat an enlarged prostate in January, although The BBC public corporation detailed that it is not prostate cancer.

The king underwent a “corrective procedure” for an enlarged prostate. “Her Majesty has begun a regular treatment program today, during which time doctors have advised her to postpone her public duties,” the operation statement added.

King Charles ascended the throne last year in a coronation ceremony in May, months after the death of his mother, Queen Elizabeth II. Elizabeth reigned until her death at the age of 96 in September 2022.

The Prime Minister wishes him a speedy recovery

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak wishes a “full and speedy recovery” to the King of England, Charles III, after he was diagnosed with an unspecified type of cancer, Buckingham Palace reported on Monday. .

“NI have no doubt that it will be back to full capacity soon. and I know that the whole country will be wishing him the best,” Sunak noted on his X account.

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