HELIXOR

A Non-Toxic, Immunotherapy

HELIXOR Therapy

Known for its anti-inflammatory and immunomodulating effects, HELIXOR is a multi-beneficial therapy used to kill cancer cells and improve the overall quality of life for patients at Hope4Cancer.

An extract of European white-berried mistletoe, HELIXOR contains both viscotoxins and lectins, two active compounds that directly affect cancer cells. Viscotoxins selectively damage the cell membrane and cytoskeleton of cancerous cells, while lectins inhibit ribosomes from producing new proteins and therefore stop the reproduction process of cancer cells, blocking tumor growth.

Due to its therapeutic properties and ability to regulate pain response, HELIXOR can also be used as a supportive therapy for patients who have undergone traditional cancer treatments. For instance, helping to stimulate production of platelet and white or red blood cell counts that have gone low as a result of chemotherapy, as well as alleviating undesirable side effects (nausea, vomiting, anemia, etc.).

HELIXOR is administered as an intravenous dose for ten days, after which patients switch to regular injections three times per week. As a result, patients will experience a slight fever response, with body temperatures increasing .5 to 1 degree Celsius. This response is a desirable effect, indicating immune stimulation. Body temperature and patient reactions are monitored throughout the entirety of the program.

References:

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    Viscum Album (Helixor M) to Treat Malignant Pleural Effusion in
    Patients with Advanced Lung Cancer.
    Oncology, 12(11), S2161.
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    proliferation of liver cancer by down-regulating c-Myc
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    Patients Treated with a Fermented Viscum album L. Extract
    (Iscador): An Update of Findings
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