Rest ‘very important’ for Kate Middleton before return to royal duties: Cancer doctor

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The British royal family discussing medical issues represents a groundbreaking era for a very private institution. But cancer is a condition they share with millions of families across the world. Today, there are three million people living with cancer in the UK alone.

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Both King Charles and Princess Catherine reached out to other families who, like themselves, are learning to cope with cancer. Riz Khan is joined by Professor Karol Sikora – a former Director of the World Health Organization’s Cancer Program. And as an oncologist, he knows the devastating effects cancer can have – and the importance of medical advances, which have provided new levels of hope to patients and their loved ones.

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