Mistletoe Therapy

Therapeutic Application of Mistletoe Therapy

● Early malignancies. Here it has the greatest scope, especially in Stage 0, i.e Carcinoma-in-situ.
● Advanced malignancies. Here it is of considerable help in inoperable tumours, recurrences, widespread metastasis and in terminal cases, it brings about palliation.
● It is used as a prophylactic for malignant lesions in pre-cancerous states, where regression of the lesions take place.
● Benign neoplasms.
● Surgery: Inoperable tumours become operable through delineation of the tumours by Mistletoe therapy. During the operation, it hastens a smooth convalescence. Early follow-up treatment by Mistletoe results in a significant reduction in the incidence of recurrences and late metastasis by about 30-40%.
● Concurrent with chemotherapy and/or radiation, Mistletoe prevents or reduces toxic side effects, promotes tolerance as well as dispersion of the tumours.

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Testimonials

MR. F V
10 October 2020
5/5

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
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…
 
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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