Mistletoe

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In the case of many types of cancer, including bladder cancer, surgery is often the only recourse to prevent metastasis. However, this is not where the danger ends. Sometimes, surgery doesn’t completely eliminate the cancerous cells, which can lead to a reoccurrence of cancerous symptoms. Mistletoe, however, has been recommended as a post-op remedy that protects the bladder from any further cancerous growth. The chemical composition of mistletoe inhibits the growth of cancerous cells through its antioxidant properties.

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