Research in Anthroposophic Medicine

Anthroposophical medical research is intended to further the knowledge base and clinical practice of all fields of medicine. It is an area of high research activity, assessing efficacy, effectiveness, safety, and costs of interventions, analysing active ingredients and physiological, biochemical, cellular or genetic effects of individual interventions, exploring basic concepts, anthropological dimensions and the historical background, and investigating patients' and health care providers’ perspectives or new innovative areas. Research is done in many institutions worldwide and uses well established methodologies, following general guidelines, or developing methodologies. Research results are presented in the following examples: LINK

Research news

Mistletoe Resin: Future Potential of Oncological Mistletoe Therapy 
A newly developed mistletoe resin creme for topical application led in several cases to considerable remissions in non-melanotic carcinomas of the skin, making surgical intervention unnecessary. This demonstrated a previously untapped development potential of oncological mistletoe therapy. The full article was published in "Der Merkurstab" in December 2021: 
https://doi.org/10.14271/DMS-21429-DE


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