A royal family commentator reported that King Charles, who has cancer, does not believe in chemotherapy
According to a royal source, King Charles III, who was diagnosed with cancer, does not believe in chemotherapy and wants to treat the disease with “potions”. The information was released by English political commentator specializing in the British royal family, Tom Bower, in an interview with the GB News website. “He has a great devotion to medicinal herbs, potions and other things like that,” he said.
According to Bower, the monarch defends alternative medicine and has always argued against chemotherapy treatment.
“He is being advised by Michael Dickson, director of the King’s Institute of Alternative Medicine. He has already been discredited by many, but the king is faithful to him. He does not believe [em quimioterapia]which I think is a risk”,
highlighted the commentator.
There has still been no statement from the British royal family regarding Bower’s report. Charles’ diagnosis was announced by Buckingham Palace this Monday (4), but they did not disclose the type of cancer.
Read the full note in which the royals announce Charles’ cancer
During the King’s recent hospital procedure for benign prostate enlargement, a separate issue was noted that raised concern. Subsequent diagnostic tests identified a form of cancer.
His Majesty began a schedule of regular treatments today, during which he was advised by doctors to postpone public service duties. Throughout this period, Her Majesty will continue to conduct State business and official documentation as usual.
The king thanks his medical team for the quick intervention, which was made possible thanks to his recent hospital procedure. He remains completely positive about his treatment and hopes to return to public service as soon as possible.
Her Majesty has chosen to reveal her diagnosis to avoid speculation and in the hope that it can help public understanding for all people affected by cancer around the world.
*With information from Metrópoles
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