Israeli PM’s daughter’s cancer treatment will cost $10,000-$20,000

Israel’s prime minister’s daughter has been diagnosed with brain cancer.

The daughter of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been treated for brain cancer at an Israeli hospital and is expected to make a full recovery, Israeli media reported Sunday.

The prime minister is expected on Monday to make his first public comments on the illness since his daughter’s death in September.

Israel’s Channel 2 news agency quoted a source as saying the prime minister will be making a “major announcement” on Tuesday, which would mark his daughter and son-in-law’s 80th birthday.

The announcement would be the first in Israel in over a decade.

Netanyahu’s office said the prime minster is “in good spirits” and that the family is “doing well.”

The prime ministrer is due to attend a ceremony at the Israeli embassy in Washington on Wednesday.