King Charles' cancer treatment begins and is designed to treat the monarch “gently”.

People around the world reacted with shock to King Charles III. Cancer disease. He wants to fight the disease and is looking for a cure. New treatment methods also increase the chance of success.

As the British newspaper “Mirror” reports, King Charles is facing an unusual and less invasive treatment in his fight against cancer. The monarch, currently resting at Sandringham, is expected to return to London for weekly outpatient treatment. During his treatment, Charles is expected to live in his beloved home, Clarence House.

King Charles III to receive 'groundbreaking' and 'gentle' cancer treatment

According to the Mirror, Charles is likely to spend the rest of the week at Sandringham in Norfolk recuperating and regaining his strength. An inside source revealed: “Cancer treatment has made huge advances in recent years and is much more sophisticated than before. This has had a positive impact on efficacy and side effects.” King Charles' therapy is described as “groundbreaking” and “gentle”.

King Charles III continues to fulfill his duties

Despite the cancer diagnosis, the king plans to hold weekly audiences with the prime minister. They usually take place on Wednesdays. Those personal meetings between the king and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, 43, will continue on February 21, according to the Mirror. If this is not possible for health reasons, meetings can be held virtually.

To minimize the risk of infection during therapy, King Charles' public appearances have also been canceled for the time being. Other members of the royal family are expected to support Charles during his treatment.

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