During chemotherapy, side effects can limit the effectiveness of treatment. Nutritional support from NTFactor® and antioxidants can reduce this problem in cancer patients.

Reduced Chemotherapy Side Effects

NTFactor® Offsets the Side Effects of Chemotherapy increases effective limits of chemotherapy

  • NTFactor® usage increases the quality of life for cancer patients
  • NTFactor® reduces the damage cytotoxic therapy does to the body

Reducing Oxidative Damage to Cell Membranes
During chemotherapy, the side effect of oxidative stress limits effectiveness of the treatment, and nutritional support from NTFactor and antioxidants can mitigate this problem. Drug-induced oxidative stress during chemotherapy damages normal tissues, resulting in fatigue, nausea, vomiting and diarrhea as well as more serious adverse consequences, such as damage to the heart muscle, liver, lungs and peripheral nerves. By replacing damaged molecules in cell membranes, NTFactor® can prevent damage to these membranes and help to reduce adverse effects of therapy. The nutrient can also reduce age-related oxidative damage to cell membranes that lead to degenerative diseases and fatigue.

Nicolson GL, Conklin KA, Molecular Replacement for Cancer Metabolic and Mitochondrial Dysfunction, Fatigue and the Adverse Effects of Cancer Therapy, Cancer Genomics & Proteomics 2006 May-Aug; 3(3-4):159-168.
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