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Metastatic Melanoma cured with high dose mistletoe alone

POSTED DECEMBER 9, 2017 MARK HANCOCK MD MPH An intriguing case report has just been published of a 66 year old woman with metastatic melanoma who was treated with high dose mistletoe therapy.1 After two years she was in complete remission. Her cancer was confirmed with biopsy.…

Directory of Clinical Mistletoe Studies

POSTED OCTOBER 24, 2019 MARK HANCOCK MD MPH Introduction Collection of Clinical Mistletoe Studies  Introduction This compilation is an attempt at an organized directory of all the published and available clinically relevant studies on mistletoe use for the treatment of cancer. I have not attempted to…

Immunoprotective Aspects of Infectious Diseases

This recent study showed an association between childhood infection with mumps and a reduction by about 20% in future risk of contracting ovarian cancer. Mumps is an acute childhood viral infection that typically results in swollen salivary glands and occasionally can affect testes (potentially causing sterility)…