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Charles III: confirmed cancer, doctors advise him to postpone his activities

Buckingham Palace has announced this Monday, February 5 that, during his visit to hospital last week, cancer was diagnosed. detected &agrav; Charles III.

In an Instagram post published this Monday, February 5, 2024, Buckingham Palace announced that cancer had just been diagnosed. to King Charles III. It's during the recent hospital procedure, to which the king was subject'Thursday last, and during which he wasé operated on for an enlarged prostate, doctors discovered another element that worried them, to say the least. ;"Subsequent diagnostic testing identified the problem. a form of cancer”, explains today Buckingham Palace, which announces that King Charles III has started to suffer from cancer. starting this Monday "a program of regular treatments".

To follow this program, however, he was advised to follow this program. by doctors "to postpone public duties", Buckingham Palace also announced. “Throughout this period, His Majestyé will continue to undertake state affairs and administrative formalities as usual, however, specifies the monarchy. While the King says he is grateful to his medical teams, Buckingham Palace also specifies that the King of the United Kingdom says he is looking forward to receiving treatment. quot;to return to public office as soon as possible. And add: "His Majestyé has chosen to share his diagnosis to avoid speculation, but also in the hope that it will help. a better public understanding of what everyone with cancer goes through. around the world."

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Prince Harry soon at the bedside of King Charles III

Very quickly after the announcement from Buckingham Palace, reactions multiplied. The Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Rishi Sunak, wished  a "prompt and complete recovery" &agrav; Charles III on X. Labor Party leader Keir Starmer did the same, wishing the party “the best for his recovery.” As for the Scottish Prime Minister, he also had a word for those close to the king. "My thoughts also go to this His Majesty “to the Queen and other members of the Royal Family in what I know will be a worrying time for them all,” he said. , as relayed by the BBC. Mark Drakeford, Welsh Prime Minister, said "saddenedé to hear the news. Finally, the Deputy Prime Minister of Northern Ireland, Emma Little-Pengelly, wished him well. the "best for its treatment".

The BBC also relays that Prince Harry, who has lived in California for several years now, was able to speak to the king about his diagnosis and made it known that he would go to the UK in the next few days to see it. According to British radio, Charles III personally announced; the new &agrav; his two sons as well as 'à his brothers and sister. 

À Internationally, many leaders and political figures have also reacted. "We hope His Majesty King Charles III a speedy recovery. Our thoughts are with the British people. Amitiés", tweeted Emmanuel Macron. On the side from Washington, the announcement was made described by the spokesperson for American diplomacy as “incredibly sad news”, reports the BBC, while the American president ;American Joe Biden said "to worry”. "Like Canadians across the country and citizens around the world, I think à His Majesty King Charles III, who is undergoing treatment for cancer. We send him our best wishes and hope that he will make a quick and complete recovery,” he said. Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, on to King Charles III. 

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116