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Queen Elizabeth II’s Physician Killed in London Street Accident on on ‘Cycle to Work Day’

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Queen Elizabeth’s physician and the royal family’s trusted doctor has been killed in a curious traffic accident on Wednesday. The 67-year-old man was riding a bicycle when a truck collided with his bicycle.

Peter Fisher has been British monarch’s homeopathic physician for more than 15 years. Gill Gaskin, medical director at University College London Hospitals, expressed his deep sorrow over the incident saying, “we are all deeply shocked and saddened to learn that Dr Peter Fisher tragically died in a road traffic accident yesterday. ”

Peter was director of research at UCLH’s Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine, and physician to Her Majesty the Queen.

The British Queen has been informed about the issue, as the Buckingham palace claimed. No announcement or public declaration, however, has been released by the royal family yet.

The Queen’s former surgeon-gynaecologist Marcus Setchell was also shocked by the tragic incident. “He was much respected as a good doctor who saw homeopathy as complementary to medical care. We are all shocked by his tragic loss, Setchell said in a talk with the Evening Standard.

Famous worldwide for his expertise in homeopathy, Fisher’s death has been a huge shock to the medical society. Fisher is the eighth cyclist who has been the victim of street accidents in London in 2018. An investigation has been launched into the issue to clarify all the aspects of incident.

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