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Cancer Fighting Nutrition Supplement, Caplex, Offers Cancer Patients A New All-Natural Treatment Option
Date:4/9/2009

Millennium Bioceutics, announces the release of it's advanced nutritional supplement, Caplex, to cancer patients worldwide. Caplex contains a unique patent pending formulation created by an Oncologist and Clinical Dietitian. Caplex nutrition supplement provides cancer patients a comprehensive source of the most effective anti-tumor nutrients and herbal compounds based on results accumulated from medical research. Impressive changes in the growth rate of prostate cancer has been seen in patients who take Caplex. Caplex provides a well tolerated all-natural treatment option to cancer patients.

Miami, FL (PRWEB) April 9, 2009 -- Millennium Bioceutics, announces the release of it's advanced nutritional supplement, Caplex, to cancer patients worldwide. Caplex contains a unique patent pending formulation created by an Oncologist and a Clinical Dietitian. The supplement to provide cancer patients a comprehensive source of the most effective anti-tumor nutrients and herbal compounds based on results accumulated from medical research.

Caplex contains 9 powerful cancer fighting nutrients including: Purified Capsaicin, Lycopene, Curcumin, Selenium, Vitamin D & E, Zinc and the Omega 3 Fatty Acids, EPA & DHA. Each of these compounds has shown effectiveness in scientific studies as nutrients with powerful antioxidant properties and the ability to slow and or prevent tumor growth. Now researchers are finding that the effectiveness of these nutrients is further enhanced when taken together, demonstrating an important synergistic effect amongst these nutrients.
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