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Mistletoe (Iskador mali) a preparation of Viscum album L.) off-label. Since decades Mistletoe has been used in European medicine for oncologyMistletoe lectins (e.g. Iscador Q viscotoxin) have been identified as main active components and exhibit cytotoxic effects as well as immunomodulatory activity 
Büssing et Ostermann (2012) found some evidence for moderate improvement of quality of life associated with Iscador treatment (Weleda).  Pine mistletoe extract (Iscador P Viscum album austriacus) can be used on equine sarcoids as safe and effective treatment.
- Safety of Intravenous Application of Mistletoe (Viscum album L.) Preparations in Oncology: An Observational Study
- Fermented Mistletoe Extract as a Multimodal Antitumoral Agent in Gliomas
- Targeting inflammation in cancer-related-fatigue: a rationale for mistletoe therapy as supportive care in colorectal cancer patients
- Quality of Life and Related Dimensions in Cancer Patients Treated with Mistletoe Extract (Iscador): A Meta-Analysis
- Iscador Newsletter summer 2015
- Quality of Life and Neutropenia in Patients with Early Stage Breast Cancer: A Randomized Pilot Study Comparing Additional Treatment with Mistletoe Extract to Chemotherapy Alone
- Treatment of clinically diagnosed equine sarcoid with a mistletoe extract (Viscum album austriacus)
- Mistletoe Preparation Iscador: Are there Methodological Concerns with Respect to Controlled Clinical Trials?