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Desired Effects Under Mistletoe Therapy

1. Inflammatory reaction with increased flow of blood and swelling in the region of the rumors is seen occasionally with usual subcutaneous injection. This passes off in a few hours.
2. Slight increase in body temperature occurs which is desirable as a curative process.
3. Transient increase in the neutrophil component of white blood cell count, which persists for some hours.
4 Immune stimulation as a whole and consequent inhibition of tumours development which lead to :
● Improvement in the general condition.
● Increased appetite.
● Gain in weight.
● Improve sleep.
● Decrease in fatigue and depression.
● Stimulation of urinary and bowel functions.
● Reduction of disappearance of pain.
5. Increase tolerance to irradiation and/or chemotherapy.
6. Relief of pain & subjective improvement in patient are most striking even in advanced stages of cancer and in spite of the progressive course of the tumour.
7. Very rarely oral suspension (varumin) causes diarrhoea.

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MR. F V
10 October 2020
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My name is F.V and this is regarding my 68 year old mother, a cervical cancer patient who is currently undergoing treatment under the expertise of Dr Sandeep Roy in Nashik-India. I would like to share a detailed testimony and positive results we have seen with Dr Sandeep Roy mistletoe therapy mode of treatment…

MR. D P
10 October 2020
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Dear Friends Greetings. Let me introduce myself. I am D.P an average middle class Indian Bengali, working with Samsonite, staying with my family in Nashik since 2007. My Parents stay in our home town -Kolkata. My father is 70 years old now. He is a patient of Prostrate cancer, having Blood pressure problems since the age of 40…
 
MR. D P
10 October 2020
5/5
Dear Friends Greetings. Let me introduce myself. I am D.P an average middle class Indian Bengali, working with Samsonite, staying with my family in Nashik since 2007. My Parents stay in our home town -Kolkata. My father is 70 years old now. He is a patient of Prostrate cancer, having Blood pressure problems since the age of 40…
 

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Patients with late-stage non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) receiving supplementary mistletoe treatment in addition to chemotherapy were able to survive significantly longer than patients receiving chemotherapy alone, a new observational study has found.

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