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King Charles makes cancer diagnosis public

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Buckingham Palace has announced that King Charles has been diagnosed with
cancer and that he is receiving treatment for the disease.
King Charles has been diagnosed with a form of cancer, says Buckingham Palace.
It is not prostate cancer, but it was discovered during his recent treatment for an
enlarged prostate.
The type of cancer has not been revealed, but according to a palace statement the
King began regular treatments" on Monday.
Buckingham Palace says the King remains wholly positive about his treatment
and looks forward to returning to full public duty as soon as possible.
He will postpone his public engagements and it is expected other senior royals will
help to stand in for him during his treatment.
No further details are being shared on the stage of cancer or a prognosis.
Although he will pause his public events, the King, 75, will continue with his
constitutional role as head of state.
He was seen at a church service in Sandringham on Sunday, where he waved to
He had a prostate procedure at a private London hospital more than a week ago.
The King had chosen to go public about his prostate treatment, with the aim of
encouraging more men to get prostate checks, the palace said at the time.
He was said to have been delighted to have raised awareness about the issue, with
the NHS website reporting a surge in issues about prostate conditions.

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