Mistletoe injections

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Mistletoe injections

by julesgreenb on Sun Aug 24, 2014 09:56 PM

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Hi everyone, I just had a CT scan after 6 rounds of FOLFOX for my urachal cancer. The tumour atop my bladder has shrunk from 4cm to 1.5 cm and four lymph nodes that were enlarged are mostly back to normal. I see the surgical and radiation oncologists this week to discuss possible surgery and/or radiation. In the meantime I've been cosidering alternatives to surgery and or more chemo and I'm thinking about Mistletoe injections. My hair stylist told me her friend with advanced colon cancer refused chemo and was completely cured with mistletoe injections. I'm going to ask for his contact information to speak with him directly. Anyone else know anything about mistletoe? Best regards, Julia

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by cscottandcarly on Sun Mar 27, 2016 11:44 PM

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http://www.believebig.org/Mistletoe-Physician.html

This is the site will lead you to a doctor in your state.  We just saw Dr. Blanning in Denver and we got our prescription and ordered the Mistletoe therapy.  It is enroute from Germany right now, and it is among our last chances to beat this.

Scott's liver metastasis was completely cured by THC Oil, but there are other areas growing throughout his lymphnodes throughout his peritoneum-so we need to kickstart his immune system which is exactly how mistletoe works.

Good luck to all looking for this treatment.  It seached for almost a year to find someone to assist us with this therapy, so I hope this link will get you all to this treatment more quickly than it took us.

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by jud33b33z on Fri Aug 24, 2018 11:14 PM

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Hi, has the mistletoe worked?'

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