Elizabeth II did not die of old age, she had bone marrow cancer

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The Queen Elizabeth II died on September 8 at Balmoral Castle in Scotland. She was 96 years old. The Queen's death certificate was published two months ago by the National Register of Scotland. Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor was the longest-serving British ruler and the oldest monarch in the world. Earlier this year she celebrated seventy years on the throne.

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The Queen has died of old age, it has been announced "BBC", referring to the monarch's death certificate. According to the certificate, the Queen died at 15pm UK time at Balmoral Castle in Scotland on September 10. The document was signed by her daughter, Princess Anne.

With the publication of a biographical book "Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait" by television presenter Gilles Brandret, the world media released "new truths" about the cause of the queen's death.

The tomb of Queen Elizabeth II/ Photo Jane Barlow / AFP / Profimedia

The British Queen has been battling multiple myeloma, which is characterized by damage to the bone marrow, in the last months of her life, the newspaper reported. Independent referring to the new book by TV presenter Gilles Brandret.


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Gilles was a friend of the husband of the late Queen Philip.

According to the death certificate released by the Scottish Archives, Elizabeth II's cause of death was old age.

"I have heard that the Queen has some form of myeloma - cancer of the bone marrow - which would explain her fatigue, weight loss and 'problems with movement' we were often told about in the last year of her life," Brandret wrote in a new biography of him. "Elizabeth: An Intimate Portrait."

Brandret pointed out that the most common symptom of myeloma is bone pain, especially in the pelvis and lower back, and older people often suffer from multiple myeloma.


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Queen Elizabeth II, who ruled the country for more than 70 years, died on September 8 in Scotland at the age of 96. Her eldest son Prince Charles became king, taking the name Charles III, and his wife Camilla was given the status of consort.

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