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Will CAAT Interfere With My Current Treatment Regimen, i.e. (Chemo or Radiation)?

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Will CAAT Interfere With My Current Treatment Regimen, i.e. (Chemo or Radiation)?

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No, as a matter of fact what our patients have found is that using the CAAT protocol in conjunction with chemo/radiation lessens the toxic effects of chemo/radiation treatments and actually increased the effectiveness of the treatment. Dr. Mark Raboniwitz of the National Cancer Institute reported in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute that a drug preventing cancer cells from utilizing either of the amino acids histidine or tryptophan (the principle of the CAAT protocol) can disable the cancer cells energy supply. Without sufficient energy, cancer cells cannot expel the toxic chemotherapeutic drugs as they normally do and are therefore more susceptible to be destroyed by the chemotherapy treatment.

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