Case reports on mistletoe therapy for colorectal cancer

Case 1: Rectal carcinoma

 

Last update: July 14th, 2020/AT

Case 1: Rectal cancer

Durable clinical remission of a skull metastasis under intralesional Viscum album L. therapy

Werthmann et al. 2018 [166]

A 68-year-old female patient with pulmonary and osseous metastasized rectal carcinoma who has been pre-treated with intensive radiotherapy and chemotherapy received intralesional mistletoe applications into a large, painful skull bone metastasis. The pain disappeared, the lesion softened and decreased by more than half within an eight-month lasting continuous mistletoe therapy. Her condition remained stable for two years. 

 

Last update: July 14th, 2020/AT

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