Dr Stefan Geider of the Camphill Medical Practice will be talking about the use of Mistletoe Therapy in the treatment of cancer.
His talk – entitled ‘Mistletoe Therapy: an approach to cancer” – is the latest in a series of talks organised by the medical practice and it takes place on Tuesday (March 23) evening at 7.30pm in the Newton Dee Café, on Old Ferry Road, Bieldside, Aberdeen.
Dr Geider’s talk will explore how mistletoe can be used as a supplement to conventional therapies. He will explain how it can improve the quality of life and even enhance life expectancy.
Camphill Medical Practice, located on the Murtle Campus of Camphill School Aberdeen in Bieldside, provides NHS primary care services to the local community along with the intensive professional care required by the children and adults in six Camphill Aberdeen City and Shire communities in the Aberdeen area.
Camphill Medical Practice is a former winner of the Innovative Practice Award and the Quality Practice Award, both presented by the Royal College of General Practitioners.
Admission to the talk is free and refreshments will be served afterwards.