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Dr. Johnson and Dr. Lazare have 35 years of combined experience with mistletoe related therapies and have trained with some of the most knowledgable clinicians and clinics in the world. The most important aspect of supporting individuals with cancer is getting to know our patients, their biography and the context of their situation.

Treating the whole person and building a mutual courage to heal and belief in our capacity to achieve health forms the foundation of our therapeutic relationship.”

Our approach is multi-dimensional focusing on the nutrition, elimination/detoxification and improving “regulation” within the immune, nervous and endocrine systems. This is balanced by achieving an inner courage through taking hold of ones health.

We also will make sure your support works in concert with your other conventional or integrative medical treatments.

Rudolf Steiner on cancer and mistletoe- Cancer can grow where the vital force withdraws from the physical and leaves a “void”: “… mistletoe counteracts this "void” and draws the etheric forces again to the area which they do not want to enter… Modern science has reaffirmed the therapeutic importance of mistletoe, through identification of the viscotoxins (literally, "mistletoe toxins"), lectins, and alkaloids thought to be responsible for its anticancer and immune modifying activities. Presently 60% of all cancer patients in Germany and Switzerland are prescribed mistletoe at some point in their treatment. 

The mistletoe family contains more than 1000 species, however, anticancer drugs are derived solely from viscum album (common or European mistletoe). Viscum album occurs across a small number of host-trees. The host trees are: apple (mali), pine (pini), fir (abietis), oak (quercus),hawthorn (crataegus), ash (fraxini), elm (ulmi), and poplar (populi). 

Dr. Kathleen Lazare and Steven Johnson are extremely well versed in mistletoe therapy with over 35 years of combined experience. We also have close contact with the clinicians and researchers in Europe allowing us to maintain the “best practices” available for mistletoe therapy, helleborus and other anthroposphic medical support treatments now famous across western Europe and gaining interest rapidly in the USA. Unfortunately, we still have to state mistletoe like all naturally dervived treatments is not approved by the FDA for cancer or other conditions. It is however available if requested as adjuvant support. 

Information can also be found on the CDC website at: 

Please see the article: MISTLETOE THERAPY AND CANCER-AN OVERVIEW 2014 by Dr. med. Gunver S. Kienle, IFAEMM Freiburg. The most extensive list of trials is available at Unfortunately this site is only in German. 

An extensive number of articles and studies can also be found in the AnthroMed Library section on Mistletoe and Immunology Research Mistletoe is especially interesting botanically because it is a partial parasite (a "hemiparasite"). As a parasitic plant, it grows on the branches or trunk of a tree and actually sends out roots that penetrate into the tree and take up nutrients. But mistletoe is also capable of growing on its own; like other plants it can produce its own food by photosynthesis. Mistletoe (viscum album) is listed in the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States (HPUS). Homeopathic remedies are regulated as drugs under the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FDCA). 

If you are a licensed medical prescriber (MD, DO, ND, NP or PA) interested in obtaining more information about mistletoe research, please write to us at 

Dr. Johnson and Lazare can also assist you to integrate mistletoe into your nutritional and conventional program of care. We are familiar with most all aspects and dimensions of mistletoe care and administration. Dr. Johnson and Lazare are also knowledgable about biological, nutrtional, adaptogenic and functional medicine protocols. Both doctors can also work together to support you where needed.

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