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I was drawn to add mistletoe to our cancer armamentarium after reading an article in the Townsend Letter in 2022. The particular article described a case of a woman who was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer in 2015. By the time she made it to her Integrative Physician she had metastasis to both axillae ( armpits) that had reached 8 cm in size ( the size of a tennis ball). She chose to treat her cancer with iv Salicinium , which we have been using at our office since 2018, combined with subcutaneous mistletoe injection.
Five weeks later both of her axillae were totally flat! As of July 2023 this patient is still living. I was impressed and intrigued. I purchased the book “ Mistletoe and the Emerging Future of Integrative Oncology”, read it cover to cover, then went to Emory University in Atlanta to be formally trained.
Physicians trained in this therapy, Anthroposophic physicians, promote this as adjunctive therapy to traditional cancer treatment such as chemotherapy and radiation. However , if the patient wishes, it can be used instead of chemo and radiation.