Mistletoe in medicine

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Mistletoe has been used for the treatment of cancer since 1917. This article will describe several different methods of using mistletoe. We will cover the most aggressive therapy down to supportive therapy and then mention special uses of mistletoe including bladder instillation for bladder cancer as well as other therapeutic approaches of interest. Scientific literature […]

Fever and Cancer

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  “Give me a fever, and I can cure any illness.” — Hippocrates Relating fever to cancer with an Anthroposophic understanding is a long journey though our recent and modern scientific literature provides fascinating supporting insights. Warmth is the expression of our human I (our spirit) activity. Having cold feet or hands is a sign […]

Mistletoe Offers Hope to Cancer Patients at the Martin Clinic

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Three brief case reports demonstrate the typical beneficial effects of mistletoe in cancer treatment. Case 1 The first case is a patient with a rare advanced appendiceal cancer who had suffered from extreme fatigue, abdominal pain and severe nausea and vomiting. Shortly after starting Helixor injections her symptoms have improved. She reports her pain is […]