Humanizing Medicine

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Humanizing Medicine
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Location135 Building A Maple Street, Decatur, Georgia, 30300, USA
type of institutionclinic

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Humanizing Medicine is an integrative medical clinic in Decatur, Georgia, USA with a focus on anthroposophic medicine, primary care and oncology. Head of the institution is the physician Mark Hancock who founded the institute in 2015 together with his wife Enid.[1] The complementary therapeutic spectrum includes anthroposophical nursing procedures like external applications, eurythmy therapy, biographical consulting, mistletoe therapy.

Martin Clinic

Logo of the Martin Clinic

At the same location the Martin Clinic aims to provide high quality integrative healthcare to people with lower financial capabilities.[2] It has been named after St. Martin.[2]


There is a focus on mistletoe therapy.


  • Johnson, Steven; Winters, Nasha; Blanning, Adam; Debus, Marion; Faust, Paul; Hancock, Mark; Hinderberger, Peter (2022-02-25). Mistletoe and the Emerging Future of Integrative Oncology. SteinerBooks, Incorporated. ISBN 978-1-938685-33-0.



  1. "Our Team". Humanizing Medicine. Retrieved 2022-01-05.
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Martin clinic". Retrieved 2022-01-05.