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On this page you can find interesting articles on the mistletoe and Christmas rose (Helleborus), and their role in integrative medicine.
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July 4, 2016, Hull Daily Mail: Hope and Mistletoe 'Helping Keep Hayley Crawley alive' in Cancer Battle

After using mistletoe therapy, practising mindfulness and using innovative drug therapy alongside NHS treatment, scans show the cancer of this UK cancer patient is stable...
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March 17, 2016, healthmagazine365: The Cancer-Fighting Abilities of Mistletoe Most Oncologists NEVER Talk About

According to recent research mistletoe can be incredibly effective at treating cancer patients.
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October 21, 2015, The Georgia Straight: Boost the Odds after Cancer by Reducing Stress and Focusing on Healing

Reducing stress and making lifestyle changes can yield remarkable results. Mistletoe therapy can be used to effectively boost the immune system.
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September 13, 2015, Mirror Online: "Miracle Mistletoe" saved my life, says cancer sufferer

A cancer patient given weeks to live in 2004 after being diagnosed with throat cancer says mistletoe jabs have put him in remission.
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January 27, 2015, CBCnews Ottawa: Ottawa woman says mistletoe helped with her cancer recovery

Naturopathic doctor says mistletoe, in conjunction with conventional treatment, can ease symptoms...
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December 10, 2014, FOX News: Mistletoe, the ancient holiday healer

The use of mistletoe as traditional medicine dates back to the Iron Age and played a role as natural remedy ever since. It is known today that the plant contains sources of various compounds with cancer-fighting activity.
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July 15, 2014, Blog Yaletown Naturopathic Clinic: Mistletoe the Parasite

Mistletoe can be used effectively to treat cancer. In Germany, it is a mainstream therapy that is well established and can reduce side effects associated with chemotherapy and radiation.
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September 25, 2012, Dailymail UK: Former England batsman claims mistletoe injections cured cancer that should have killed him 5 years ago
MIstletoe may contain compounds that affect leukaemia cells. The treatment has been widely used in Europe, particularly in Germany.
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