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AustraliaIvan Milat diagnosed with terminal cancer after tests find lumps in his throat and stomach

23:40  15 may  2019
23:40  15 may  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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Australia's worst serial killer Ivan Millat has been diagnosed with terminal cancer and is unlikely to return to solitary confinement at Goulburn Supermax Jail. Key points: The 74-year-old underwent a series of tests on lumps found in his throat and stomach . Milat has never shown remorse for the

Convicted serial killer Ivan Milat has reportedly been diagnosed with terminal cancer after doctors found several lumps found in his stomach and throat . Milat ’s nephew Alistair Shipsey said his uncle was ­undergoing a battery of tests and would probably need a ­operation. He told The Daily.

Ivan Milat diagnosed with terminal cancer after tests find lumps in his throat and stomach© ABC News Ivan Milat has been holding regular hunger strikes in protest at his treatment by prison guards, the ABC understands. Australia's worst serial killer Ivan Millat has been diagnosed with terminal cancer and is unlikely to return to solitary confinement at Goulburn Supermax Jail.

The 74-year-old was driven to the Prince of Wales Hospital in Sydney's east on Monday, where he underwent a series of tests on lumps found in his throat and stomach.

Known as the Backpacker Killer, Milat has never shown remorse for murdering seven travellers — some of whom were stabbed, shot and beheaded.

Ivan Milat diagnosed with terminal cancer after tests find lumps in his throat and stomach© ABC News Milat will likely be transferred to Long Bay Prison hospital.

Their bodies were found in unmarked graves in the Belanglo State Forest between 1989 and 1993.

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Serial "backpacker killer" Ivan Milat could be nearing the end of his life, with hospital tests this week revealing that the 74-year-old had been diagnosed with Serial killer Ivan Milat unlikely to return to supermax after terminal cancer diagnosis . Skip to sections navigation Skip to content Skip to footer.

Serial killer Ivan Milat has reportedly been diagnosed with advanced stages of cancer after being transferred from NSW's highest security prison to The Seven Network and ABC on Wednesday both reported Milat had cancer and wouldn't be returning to Goulburn but would likely be transferred to

The former road worker was slapped with a life sentence in 1996.

He has lost 20 kilograms over the past few months, with a source close to his family saying he was suffering from geriatric anorexia and was "dangerously thin".

But prison sources told the ABC he would constantly refuse food or swallow sharp objects like paperclips and razor blades if guards did not meet his demands.

Milat, who constantly complains about prison food, recently once threatened self-harm when his toasted sandwich maker was confiscated because of "bad behaviour".

When he was admitted to the hospital ward for inmates at Randwick, the "high risk" prisoner was tested for possible organ failure linked to rapid weight loss.

Ivan Milat diagnosed with terminal cancer after tests find lumps in his throat and stomach© Supplied The door to Ivan Milat's ward in hospital at Randwick.

But instead, Milat was told he was in the "advanced stages" of cancer, and that he would most likely be transferred to Long Bay Prison Hospital in Sydney's south.

The ABC understands his nephew Alistair Shipsey phoned the Prince of Wales Hospital but was prevented from contacting his uncle, who is also showing signs of dementia.

Milat remains chained to his hospital bed, with at least two prison officers guarding his room and providing 24-hour surveillance.

Arrangements are being made to move him to another correctional facility, but that may take some time, given his recent diagnosis.

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'He doesn't deserve to be dying in pain in hospital': Ivan Milat's love child says she will always love her serial killer father – and claims he doesn't have it in him to be a murderer.
Speaking candidly from her Gosford home, on the Central Coast in NSW, Lynise Milat, 54, said she loves her father, but doesn't always like him. 'I don't think when I look at him, 'did he, didn't he?'. I think he's an arse and a character but he's brutally honest, that's not to say I always like him,' Ms Milat said. 'But I will always love him. I don't want him to die, he doesn't deserve to be dying in pain in hospital, I'd rather not … see him.' Milat, who is serving seven life sentences for the Belanglo state forest murders, remains in hospital after he was diagnosed with throat cancer.

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