The research and application of mistletoe therapy is expanding in Europe, and a new trial is currently underway in the United States at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. The recent course in Baltimore, Maryland offered a review of the “best practices”, along with the insights gained from mistletoe research and clinical application in clinics from around the world. Some of the most experienced and knowledgeable allopathic and naturopathic clinicians in the field introduced participants to decades of experience gained in the best European clinics, and combined it with an overview of current integrative and naturopathic practices that are synergistic with mistletoe.

The practical and comprehensive course covered all aspects of research and application** and was certified by the Medical Section at the Goetheanum. CEUs were offered through the Maine Association of Naturopathic Doctors (MAND).

Topics included:

  • An Introduction- Getting to know the mistletoe plant in light of evolving oncology paradigms
      Steven Johnson, DO and Marion Debus, MD
  • Research, Biochemistry and Immunology of Mistletoe Therapy
      Paul Faust, ND and Marion Debus, MD
  • Constitutional Polarities in the Human Being, and Vitalistic Approaches
      Peter Hinderberger, MD, PhD and Nasha Winters, ND, FABNO
  • Prescribing Protocols (short- and long-term), with Pearls and Pitfalls
      Peter Hinderberger, MD, PhD and Nasha Winters, ND, FABNO et al.
  • Induction Therapy and Dosing Strategies
      Marion Debus, MD and Steven Johnson, DO
  • Comments on Leukemia, Lymphoma, Sarcoma and Pediatrics
      Marion Debus, MD
  • Helleborus and Adjunctive Anthroposophic Support to Mistletoe Used in Clinics Worldwide- How to use them with naturopathic, functional and nutritional therapies
      Steven Johnson, DO, Marion Debus, MD and Nasha Winters, ND, FABNO
  • Integrating European Mistletoe into Clinical Practice with Other Therapies Showing Synergy
      Nasha Winters, ND, FABNO and Steven Johnson, DO
  • Understanding Different Available Mistletoe Products (Helixor, Abnoba, Iscador, and Iscusin)- How to integrate them in short- and long-term therapy
      Marion Debus, MD and Steven Johnson, DO
  • Research and Clinical Application of Intravenous Mistletoe Therapy and Synergistic Protocols
      Paul Faust, ND, et. al
  • Practicum/Review on IV and Injection techniques
  • Integrative Oncology- What is our role and what do patients need from us; Cultural, dynamic and spiritual perspectives on cancer as an "illness of our times"
      Panel 
  • Daily Group Studies, Questions and Discussions
      Breakout group activity
  • Building a Community of Practitioners and Patients
      Discussion to be joined by staff of Believe Big

* Mistletoe is not approved by the FDA for any specific medical diagnosis or treatment  

The 2019 course was well-attended and well-received! Many practitioners expressed interest, but were unable to attend,
and feedback made it evident there is real desire and need for another course of it's kind.
In that spirit, we are now actively exploring the possibility of another course in fall of 2020.
In the meantime, a recording of this 2019 course is being prepared to be made available for purchase.
To stay informed of announcements about the next course and details about the 2019 course recording 
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If you are a licensed medical practitioner seeking more information about mistletoe see our Mistletoe page here
If you are patient seeking a practitioner see our Patient Resources page here



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