Duchess Sarah yokerevealed that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer and had a unilateral mastectomy, and urged podcast listeners to get tested.
The 63-year-old was found to have the early form of the disease during a routine mammogram.
In a podcast episode taped the day before her surgery, she said she took her diagnosis as “a real gift to change my life.”
She has reportedly been discharged from King Edward VII Hospital. Marylebonemiddle London The hospital, which has provided royal care for decades, is said to have been admitted to the hospital on Sunday and is recuperating with his family in Windsor.
In an episode of her Tea Talks podcast released Monday, Sarah said she had a unilateral mastectomy, adding that it was “very important” to talk about it.
“I’m telling people that because I want everyone listening to this podcast to go get tested, get tested, try it,” she said. .
She added: “I take this as a real gift to change my life and grow myself.”
Sarah said she will “stop trying to correct other people” and “get serious about myself”.
She said her goal was to be “super-healthy and super-strong,” and spoke of her love of play and “a sense of adventure with nature.”
she said: “Now is the opportunity, and the extraordinary position I am in now means I have no choice.
“I have no more excuses. I have to get through this surgery and I have to be fine and strong.
“So neither option is the best choice.”
she suggested that she intended to Austria Where there are ‘great mountains to climb’ or Scotland or Wales.
“I’m going to get out there and be very fit, very fit, very strong,” she said.
She added that it was “extremely important to wake everyone up for testing,” not just for breast cancer.
A spokesperson for the Duchess said Sunday: “Sarah, Duchess of York, was recently diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer during a routine mammogram.
“She was advised she needed surgery, which was successful.
“The Duchess is receiving top-notch medical care and doctors say her prognosis is good. She is currently recuperating with her family.
“Kate would like to extend a huge thank you to all the medical staff who have supported her over the past few days.
“She is also very grateful to the staff involved in the mammogram for identifying her condition when she had no symptoms, and believes her experience highlights the importance of regular screening. I have.”
The Sun reports that the 63-year-old Duke of York and his wife’s daughters princess beatricePrincess Eugenie, 34 and 33, are by Sarah’s recovery.
The Teenage Cancer Trust patron and grandmother of three, who spoke at the 2019 Breast Cancer Foundation Gala, was not at Royal Ascot last week.
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