Rishi Sunak reports that King Charles’s cancer was diagnosed early – read for the most recent updates.

King Charles has received a cancer diagnosis. We will provide you with the most recent updates throughout the day.

The 75-year-old monarch has been diagnosed with cancer, prompting world leaders including US President Joe Biden to send their well wishes for a speedy recovery.

Politicians, religious leaders, and celebrities from various countries expressed their reactions to the news by sending heartfelt messages to the king in a show of support.

The president of the United States, whose son Beau passed away from brain cancer in 2015, stated that facing a cancer diagnosis requires bravery.

He posted on X.

Dealing with a cancer diagnosis, treatment, and recovery requires optimism and unwavering bravery. My spouse Jill and I stand with the citizens of the United Kingdom in hoping for a speedy and complete healing for His Majesty.

On Monday, Biden expressed his worry about the king in a statement to the press and shared his intention to reach out to him at a later time.

Donald Trump, the previous president of the United States, posted on a social media platform, stating that he knows the man well and hopes for a quick and full recovery.

Best wishes were also sent by Rishi Sunak, the UK’s prime minister, Keir Starmer, the Labour leader, and former UK prime ministers Boris Johnson and Liz Truss.

At this time, Buckingham Palace has stated that the type of cancer the king has is not prostate cancer, but no additional information has been provided.

King Charles recently received treatment at the London Clinic for a non-cancerous enlarged prostate.

On Monday morning, the king returned to London from Sandringham to receive outpatient treatment.

Source: theguardian.com