First statement from Britain’s King Charles III after cancer diagnosis

Referring to the messages of support he received in his first statement after being diagnosed with cancer, King Charles III of England said, "As anyone with cancer will know, such kind thoughts are the greatest comfort and encouragement."

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First statement from Britain's King Charles III after cancer diagnosis

King Charles, whose treatment continues at Sandringham House Palace in Norfolk, thanked for the messages of support in his written statement.

In his statement, King Charles said:

“As anyone who has had cancer will know, kind thoughts like these are the greatest comfort and encouragement. It was uplifting to hear how sharing my diagnosis has increased public understanding and shone a light on the work of organizations supporting cancer patients and their families in the UK and the wider world. My lifelong admiration for their endless care and commitment is enhanced by my own personal experience.”

Cancer diagnosis during prostate enlargement treatment

King Charles, who was announced to be hospitalized for the treatment of prostate enlargement, was discharged from the hospital on January 29 from the hospital he entered on January 26, Buckingham Palace announced that another worrying situation was found in the controls and cancer was detected in the King.

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While it was announced that King Charles did not have prostate cancer, the type and stage of the cancer was not disclosed, and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak said that the cancer was at an early stage.

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