Read the Fatigue Reduction in Chemotherapy Clinical Research to see how NTFactor® nutrition supplements reduce symptoms of cancer patients including fatigue resulting from chemotherapy.

Fatigue Reduction in Chemotherapy

Nutrition Supplement NTFactor® Reduces Fatigue In Cancer Patients, Reduces Fatigue In Chemotherapy Patients.

  • NTFactor® replaces damaged cell “wall” components
  • Cancer treatment induced fatigue relieved
  • NTFactor® pioneered Lipid Replacement Therapy.

A review of relevant scientific literature shows that NTFactor® , in combination with antioxidants and other essential nutrients, mitigates damage caused by chemotherapy and may improve outcomes of chemotherapy treatment. NTFactor® functions as molecular replacement therapy, meaning that it replaces damaged molecules in cell membranes with healthy ones, through a targeted delivery system of specific natural lipids. While reducing adverse effects of chemotherapy, such molecular replacement therapy does not interfere with the therapeutic, anti-cancer impact of chemotherapy. A chief manifestation of the role of NTFactor® is significant reduction of fatigue among most cancer patients receiving chemotherapy treatment.

Conklin KA, Nicolson GL, Molecular Replacement in Cancer Therapy: Reversing Cancer Metabolic and Mitochondrial Dysfunction, Fatigue and the Adverse Effects of Cancer Therapy, Current Cancer Therapy Reviews 2008 Feb 1; 4(1):66-76.
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