Richard Davidson, Chief Executive of Sarcoma UK, said:
“We are saddened to hear about His Majesty, King Charles III’s cancer diagnosis. The Royal Family and His Majesty have always been ardent supporters of cancer charities, and we understand why he has chosen to share his diagnosis with the public.
“His decision to do so helps to raise awareness about cancer and the importance of getting tested at the slightest suspicion of the disease. Unfortunately, many people are diagnosed too late or misdiagnosed, especially in cases of sarcoma cancer.
“We hope that the King’s cancer diagnosis has been caught early enough, and he receives the necessary treatment for a speedy recovery. We wish him all the best in his treatment and hope that he will soon be able to resume his public engagements.”