Patients are talking about ... Iscador (mistletoe).

@article{Decker2001PatientsAT,
  title={Patients are talking about ... Iscador (mistletoe).},
  author={Georgia Decker},
  journal={Clinical journal of oncology nursing},
  year={2001},
  volume={5 4},
  pages={183-4}
}
Mistletoe generally is categorized as American mistletoe or European mistletoe. Despite its well-known potential for toxicity, mistletoe continues to be used as an herbal remedy and recently has received a great deal of media attention. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration classified mistletoe as a food additive that cannot be marketed unless proven safe for consumption (DerMarderosian, 1992). Several components of the plant have been found to possess antineoplastic activity and warrant… CONTINUE READING

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