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How Ivelisse healed stage 4 colon cancer with mistletoe

Here’s a terrific new interview with 5-year stage 4 colon cancer survivor Ivelisse Page.

Like me, she refused chemo after surgery and adopted a natural protocol which included hardcore nutrition and injections of mistletoe (aka Iscador).

Now she is raising money for clinical trials on mistletoe through her organization Believe Big.

You may be surprised to find out who is on board.

Watch this interview!

As many of you know, I am very critical of (and do not support) most cancer charities,
but this is one I can definitely get behind.

Please go to www.believebig.org to learn more and find out how you can help this noble cause.

Read my other post about mistletoe and colon cancer here.

Iscador: Mistletoe in Cancer Therapy by Christine Murphy

Mistletoe Therapy for Cancer: Prevention, Treatment, and Healing by Dr. Wilkens Johannes

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  • Regina Salim

    thank you for your great video’s. would you consider captioning your videos to be inclusive of our 258M deaf brothers and sisters who also need this important life saving info. thank you and god bless~

  • jamie

    Chris, my name is Jamie & I also refused chemotherapy & radiation after surgery. I was diagnosed with stage 3 ductal carcinoma insitu. I used a product called pnc27 & mistletoe. Is live to chat with you, help spread the word & interview with you if I can. 8018591515

  • Katie

    Wow, thank you so much for this interview! I have been trying to weigh the option of mistletoe for my thyroid tumor since it being introduced to me by my nauturopath, and then came across this!
    Thank you for all you do :)

    • Annie

      Hi Chris,

      What a blessing you are, as you bring all these awareness information through research verified by no less than you in true to life example and others who have gone through the same battle and came out victoriously. As you said, our bodies heal itself but we need to give it what it needs. I am still battling cancer and have decided to go raw 100% and coupled with this is my faith knowing with all my heart that He will carry me through. i refused to go through chemo because I have seen what it did to my sister who suffered a a great deal when she opted for medical intervention at the time. She did’nt know any better option wise during her time. But now, thank God for awareness left and right through people who care like you. I am closely following you daily and this interview with Ivilliese is one triumphant jubilee of hope for everyone battling cancer. Keep on keeping on with your crusade. Not until our Maker takes us home, we’ll just continue to trust Him for wisdom, and guidance and His grace will see us through. ” May your light (continue to) shine before men, that they may see your good work and glorify your Father which is in heaven.” (Matthew 5:16)

      Blessings,

      Annie

  • Bobbijo

    How can a person become part of this trial? I have breast cancer. My surgeon was fired for accepting cases who refuse chemo. I am very interested in this.

    • http://www.believebig.org Ivelisse

      Thank you for your post. Unfortunately, this trial is still in the development phase. The good news is that you don’t have to wait for this trial in order to get mistletoe therapy. Please go to http://www.believebig.org, click on our resource page which will have a tab that reads “naturopath/MD”. When you click on that tab it will direct you to a list of physicians that can treat cancer with mistletoe by state. May the Lord continue to give you wisdom and direction in the days ahead. Sincerely, Ivelisse

  • BOB WILLIAMS

    First, thank you for everything you do! My question is that I noticed that you had your
    tumor surgically removed as well as the lady
    in your video had part of her liver surgically removed.
    Are such surgeries necessary if a person builds up their immune system by dieting, exercise, etc.? In other words, knowing what you know now, if you had it to do over again, would you have the surgery?
    Thanks so much for all that you do and please keep up the good work!!!

  • Rhonda Costes

    Hi Chris, I just discovered you through a friend. Love and believe everything you believe in. I am a 2x cancer survivor. First time at 20 years old, diagnosed with Hodgekins disease. Age 50 diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer caused from the radiation from the first cancer. I was using Iscador but my Holistic Doctor is saying they are not allowing it into the U.S. anymore. I’m so thankful for your site and I’m going to be one of your biggest fans! Thanks for all the great information and everything you do!!!!

  • http://www.patriciarobinett.com Patricia Robinett

    You can also make ‘treats’ that are SUPER HEALTHY. I make dark chocolate from organic raw cacao, coconut oil and maple syrup…cake with walnuts, date and cacao… frosting with avocado, date and cacao… ice cream with frozen bananas and other fruit like peaches or strawberries.

    If you have cancer, you still want to keep the sweets to a minimum. But these kinds of recipes are far better than “cheating” on manufactured sugar and dairy products. And they can be made much quicker and easier than cooked desserts.

    For some very good recipes, see the cake and frosting recipes in “Ani’s Raw Food Desserts” by Ani Phyo, “Everyday Raw” by Matthew Kenney (the BEST raw cherry ice cream in the world!) and Susan Powers’ books and website http://www.rawmazing.com – AMAZING, alright!

  • Susie

    The mistletoe treatment sounds so exciting! Could you give me an idea of what the cost of the mistletoe therapy is for a patient. Thanks and best of luck to everyone involved in the clinical trial.

  • Annmarie

    Thanks for sharing! Praise the Lord for Ivelisse’s miracle!

    I’m so glad to hear this great report. Seeing that she was a Christian I would have liked to see/hear a little more about her faith, and how it directed and affected her recovery. I know how important one’s relationship with the Great Physician is in healing, as I seek myself for healing from Lyme Disease and many coinfections, and I’m so thankful He lead her to find this great source to use.

    Just to make mention of a great resource, I believe that Ty Bollinger’s book, Cancer, Step Outside the Box, would be a great blessing/resource to anyone who has recently been diagnosed, and for people to have if someone they know has a cancer diagnosis. He has a great chapter explaining about the cure for our greatest need being Jesus.

    May the Lord use both you, Chris, and Ivelisse, to not only help others discover great natural physical healing, but also to help introduce people to the one who saves souls for eternity!

    God Bless,
    Annmarie

  • Evie

    I just got an email from S R Sport selling a “pink” bathing suit for breast cancer research. I canceled my “email subscription” and told them why. I referred them to http://www.believebig.org/ :)

  • http://pakoehler71@yahoo pakoehler

    this is a very good video by you and invelisse l stage3 colon cancer and went through chemo treatments and want to know where l can get. mistletoe treatments or a natural cures doctor. in wisconsin thank you chris

    • Carrie B.

      I’m in WI too. Did you find mistletoe treatments?

  • Cindy

    Ivilisse,
    You made a passing reference to taking vacinations in preparation for a trip out of the country. Do you think that had some bearing on your illness. Do you have mercury amalgams? Have you been checked for heavy metals toxicity? This is a path I am pursing presently. Was diagnosed stage three colon cancer at age 55 (same age my father had it). Had a surgery, but NO CHEMO. Still have a spot on my ascending colon that I am keeping in check with diet, supplemnts and reglular detox w/coffee enemas. Heavy metal chelation is the next step with modified citrus pectin. Will consider Iscador too. Thank you for your story!

  • Anna Vaschina

    Hi, I was wanting to know if Ivilisse got a blog also?

    Great news, I’m excited too. Go Chris, go Ivilisse, go to belivebig!!!

  • Barb

    are there mistletoe supplements that can be purchased – I had stage 1 non- hodgkins and am in remission – but want stay healthy and prevent it from coming back
    :) Barb

  • Pati

    Chris, Ivelisse, Everyone posting stories on this blog,

    THANK YOU for sharing. THIS, right here, is what the world needs.

    I am from Brazil and I found your blog (don’t know how anymore). I don’t have any cancer, my mom had it twice and beat it with surgery and radiation, hopefully she won’t have it again, but BOY it is very good to see there are other alternatives here.

    Chemotherapy is death!!

    Thank you again, please keep up the good work.

  • mary

    Hello. I live in ARgentina. Please can you refer me to a doctor who will lead me on this therapy in florida. it is the closest state to South America, or a clinic en Mexico I could travel to. Please as soon as posible for I have an obstructing tumor in my colon that Dr wants to remove soon. He said only after he removes he will tell me if I need chemo. Must I remove the tumor in any event? Or will the mistle toe disolve it. thank you. God bless both of you!!!! You are more that wonderful people.

  • http://tarasaysfuckcancer.com Tara Haaland-Ford

    Thank you for this information. I am currently fighting stage 4 colon cancer. I just recently became resectable and had 20% of my liver taken as well.
    I am very interested in this therapy and will be following up on your website. I have been doing both western and eastern medicine since diagnosed in November 2012. I was diagnosed at 40. I’m currently looking at my next phase of treatment now that it looks like the surgeons were able to remove all the visible cancer. When do you think the trial will be up and running?

  • http://www.betsyrlt.blogspot.com Betsy Reed

    Chris and Ivelisse — you are my angels! Chris, I have been following your site for quite a while. About the time I received my breast cancer diagnosis (9/11/13), I also saw Ivelisse’s story on your site. I was so excited to hear her story as I am only 45 minutes from the Ruscombe Mansion in Baltimore and was hoping to find an alternative therapy for my cancer! (I live just outside of Washington, DC) I quickly got an appointment with Dr. Grundmann (a colleague of Dr. Hinderberger’s) and I have already started on mistletoe! My oncologist and surgeon are pushing hard for me to do the Tamoxifen/chemo/radiation route. I have convinced them, at least for the time being, to let me just try the mistletoe to see if it can shrink the tumor. (Surgeon will not operate until the tumor is diminished.) I just want to thank you both for sharing the mistletoe story. I will keep you posted and let you know if I see positive results. Blessings to you both — and THANK YOU!

  • Jenn

    Awesome interview….so excited to finally see research that might actually work and not one that just continues to pad the pockets of the pharmaceutical companies!! Believe big rocks…..best of luck and continued health!!!

  • Carolyn Holmes

    Herbalists have been using mistletoe for centuries. Here in
    Europe it has been in regular use in cancer treatment for over 90 yrs. The UK National Health Service provides mistletoe treatment via injections or transfusions to cancer patients. It is considered to be the most frequently prescribed complementary treatment for cancer in Europe.

    There have been many cases in the media of people having great success with this form of treatment. I am using it myself after having recently suffered from a second dose of kidney cancer.

  • http://cbc.com Bob Moncayo

    Hi Guys! I have stage four cancer(Renal Cell) and its in my bones,kidney lungs. I have been eating well and no sugar with enemas and dry sauna.I have had it now for four years and still play ball with my High school son! I am going to add Misteltoe to my diet and let you guys know. I am going to try supplements first and then try to afford a doctor for intravenous.Thanks so much for his video as I am at crossroads as my cancer seems to be trying to take over but we will fight! Thanks Robert

  • Pat

    Iscasor/misteltoe has been utilized for quite a while.
    A physician (can usually be found) connected with the Waldorf community, is generally well versed with Anthroposophic Medicine, mistletoe and cancer.

  • http://www.LisasForeverWickless.com/ Lisa Musulman

    Wasn’t it Iscador that Suzanne Sommer used to cure her cancer?

Hi there!

My name is Chris Wark.
I was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer in 2003, at 26 years old.
I had surgery, but refused chemo.
Instead I used nutrition and natural therapies to heal myself.
By the grace of God, I'm alive and kicking, and cancer-free!

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