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Reflections on the first UK mistletoe clinical trial: a feasibility, placebo -controlled randomised trial
Introduction: A Cochrane review of mistletoe therapy concludes that there is some evidence that mistletoe extracts may benefit quality of life during chemotherapy for breast cancer, but results need replication. The aim of the study was to test the feasibility of a placebo-controlled, double-blind randomised controlled trial of mistletoe therapy in patients with breast cancer.
Prof Gene Feder - Professor of Primary Health - University of Bristol
Mrs Susan Bryant - Senior Research Associate - University of Bristol