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BBC Defends “Sensitive” Reporting On King Charles’ Cancer After Viewers Complain Of Coverage Overkill

The BBC said it has reported on King Charles III's cancer diagnosis sensitively after viewer complaints about "too much" coverage of the health scare.

The BBC has defended its reporting on King Charles III ‘s cancer diagnosis after audience members complained that the UK broadcaster was devoting too much coverage to the health scare. The BBC said that its output on King Charles had been sensitive after he released a statement last Monday revealing that he was being treated for an undisclosed form of cancer. “As head of state, King Charles’ diagnosis with cancer is a story of significance which has generated national and global interest,” the BBC said.

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