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King Charles reveals he's lost vital sense as he opens up about side-effects of cancer treatment for first time

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King Charles III has bravely opened up about his ongoing battle with cancer.The 75-year-old monarch shared his diagnosis earlier in February after receiving treatment for an enlarged prostate.

Despite being given the green light by his doctors to return to public duties last month, he is still undergoing medical care.

According to Mail Online, during a visit to the Army Flying Museum in Middle Wallop, Hampshire on Monday, 13 May, Charles revealed a side effect of his treatment – he's lost his sense of taste.This revelation came during a conversation with British Army veteran Aaron Mapplebeck, who underwent chemotherapy last year for testicular cancer and experienced the same side effect.

Buckingham Palace has remained tight-lipped about the specifics of the King's treatment, only confirming that he is battling an undisclosed form of cancer.

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