1. Woman claims regular mistletoe injections keeps her breast cancer at bay  Mirror Online
  2. Wife, 51, says £297-a-year MISTLETOE injections are keeping her breast cancer from returning  Daily Mail
  3. Woman claims twice-a-week mistletoe injections 'cured' her cancer  Daily Star
  4. View full coverage on Google News
Ali Bayliss, of Shropshire, was diagnosed with the devastating condition in 2014 and underwent a left breast mastectomy and reconstruction at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford Ali Bayliss, of Shropshire, was diagnosed with the devastating condition in 2014 and underwent a left breast mastectomy and reconstruction at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford

Woman claims regular mistletoe injections keeps her breast cancer at bay - Mirror Online

Ali Bayliss, 51, from Shropshire, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014 and had a mastectomy. She believes that her twice-weekly mistletoe injections keep cancer away.Ali Bayliss, 51, from Shropshire, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014 and had a mastectomy. She believes that her twice-weekly mistletoe injections keep cancer away.

Wife, 51, says £297-a-year MISTLETOE injections are keeping her breast cancer from returning  | Daily Mail Online

Ali Bayliss, 51, has the festive jab injected twice a week after she was diagnosed with breast cancerAli Bayliss, 51, has the festive jab injected twice a week after she was diagnosed with breast cancer

Woman claims twice-a-week mistletoe injections 'cured' her cancer - Daily Star