As an Integrative Cancer Therapy.
The liquid extract of the mistletoe plant has been used as an alternative method to treat cancer for close to a century. Mistletoe injections are currently among the most widely used non-conventional cancer treatments in Europe.
Mistletoe (Iscador/Iscar/Helixor) can be used in malignant and non-malignant tumors, for stimulation of bone marrow activity, and alongside conventional treatments to offset the side effects of chemotherapy/radiation such as nausea, vomiting, and lack of appetite. It can also be used to diminish tumor-related pain and reduce the risk of tumor recurrence.
Mistletoe is administered subcutaneously (an injection) or intravenously (IV) at a frequency determined by Dr. Petteruti trained in mistletoe. Patients may experience headaches, fever, or a rash (These are postiive signs!). Most patients experience a better quality of life as it stimulates the immune system.
Call to set up your consultation to see if this therapy is right for you: 401-921-5934
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Estko, M et al. Tumour cell derived effects on monocyte/macrophage polarization and function and modulatory potential of Viscum album lipophilic extract in vitro. (2015) BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine.
Piao et al. Impact of complementary mistletoe extract treatment on quality of life in breast, ovarian, and non-small cell lung cancer patients. A prospective randomized controlled clinical trial. (2004)
Clinical trial information from John Hopkins can be found here: http://bit.ly/2nrc1Aq
*Mistletoe therapy is not FDA approved and is not insurance covered.