King Charles III to Undergo Benign Prostate Treatment

Soukaina Sghir
Soukaina Sghir
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Buckingham Palace announced that King Charles III will undergo hospital treatment next week for an enlarged prostate.

In a formal statement, Buckingham Palace indicated that the King is seeking treatment “in common with thousands of men each year” for a “benign” condition. The palace specified that the hospital visit was for a “corrective procedure.”

Public engagements for the 75-year-old British sovereign will be temporarily postponed as he recuperates, according to the palace’s brief statement. A royal source informed CNN that King Charles was eager to share details of his diagnosis to encourage other men experiencing similar symptoms to undergo medical checks, in line with public health advice.

The King was originally scheduled for a series of meetings and events at Dumfries House in Ayrshire, Scotland, in the coming days, which are now being postponed based on medical advice. Foreign dignitaries and cabinet ministers were expected to attend these engagements, and the palace’s announcement was made to inform them of the situation.

While it remains unclear what the surgery specifically entails, a royal source assured CNN that the 75-year-old monarch’s condition is non-cancerous.

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