your website with all the information provided helped us very mutch to fight against my mothers cancer.
Well, she is suffering from pancreatic canser. Thank god the surgery (whipple technique) was able in November 2020 but it was really a border line situation (tumor classification pT2pN1(1/12)cM0. A lymph node was already affected. Afterwards my mother received the standard therapy based on 18 cycles gemsa which resulted in a stable desease.
-> C19 tumor marker was in a normal range, no metastasis.
In March 2022 the C19 marker was slightly elevated. CT-Scan showed that something happened, but as the doctor said, he never saw such a kind of progression, no metastasis were found in other organs.
To be on the safe side, on March 2022 we decided to continue the treatment with a radio / chemotherapy scheme (chemo was gemsa) for, in total, 5 weeks.
On 06/08/2022 we went to our oncologist to check the C19 tumor marker. He called us and said that marker is in a normal range. So we are really happy.
But to make it clear, I am strongly believe that this was only achieved by the mistletoe treatment which was administered almost daily in a dose-dependent manner starting von 1 mg to 30 mg. After the 18 gemsa cycles, mistletoe was increased to 40 mg daily.
Currently, after the gemsa / radiotherapy, a daily dosage of 10 mg mistletoe is used.
Many many thanks Daniel for your helpful information.
Best regards Markus
Thank you so much for taking the time to add the comment here as well, next to our e-mail discussion.
Could you please let us know
- what type of mistletoe you used (brand and tree type)?
- how did you increase the dose from 1mg to 30 mg, and how many times per week was given (as an injection or intravenous)?
Your report and answer to the above questions, will very much help others!
Thank you in advance for the response!
The brand name is Helixor M.
Initially we started with the so-called Serienpackung I -> III and finally we ordered only the 50 mg/ml vials.
E.g. To administer 30 mg mistletoe in total from a 50 mg/ml -> means 0.6 ml.
The product was administered only subcutaneously.