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Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL) Treatment

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Holostic options -(Iscador (Mistletoe) and TLB-12) to treat CLL.

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Having recently being diagnosed with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia I am pursuing holistic options to slow down the progress of the disease.

With the support of Dr Ulrich Doering I am using Iscador and TBL-12 to treat the disease. I currently take the Iscador as an injection twice a week, TBL -12 daily in a smoothie and using this regime has slowed the progress.

My aim is to put of having to have Chemotherapy for as long as possible!

Both these medication are not funded and therefore I am asking for some support to enable me to pursue these treatment options into the future.


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