What is Mistletoe?

Mistletoe as an Integrative Cancer Therapy

Learn why mistletoe could change your cancer fight.

Only the European species of the mistletoe plant is used for cancer treatment.

It can be used to diminish tumor‐related pain and to reduce the risk of tumor recurrence.

Mistletoe (Iscar/Helixor) can be used in malignant and non-malignant tumors for stimulation of bone marrow activity alongside conventional treatments to offset the side effects of chemotherapy/radiation such as nausea, vomiting, and lack of appetite.

Mistletoe can be prescribed by MD’s, DO’s and ND’s trained in complimenting conventional treatment.

Mistletoe is administered intravenously (IV) and subcutaneously (by injection),  at a frequency determined by the prescribing physician based on your individual needs.

Mistletoe treatments will not cripple or bankrupt a family, as it is only a fraction of the cost of chemotherapy.

Patients can experience headaches or a fever, but it is rare. Most patients experience a better quality of life as it stimulates the immune system.

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Mistletoe Patient Perspective

The Mistletoe Infusion Process

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“…I can tell you, when there is a publication coming out of Johns Hopkins saying that it (mistletoe) is safe, the United States will listen, and it will be because of Believe Big and their network.” – Dr. Luis Diaz, M.D.

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