Cachexia, one of the most relevant syndromes to grow in cancer, risks the life of the patient and causes irregular weakness and death. Hypermetabolism is associated with cancer and biological markers of cancer cachexia and is associated with less survival in metastatic cancer patients. It is seen that they often die due to a lack of nutrition in cancer patients.

Hope is only for a cancer patient. Hope is not easily defined, but it is impossible to embrace without faith. Hope in reality always indicates that something better than this. To meet nutritional deficiencies in cancer patients, these two new health supplements of Asperger Bioresearch meet the lack of nutrition in S-Fortitude (Nutrition, Safety, and Recovery) and S-Invegure (Base Formula) cancer patients. These supplements are playing an important role in bringing the maximum positive effect of the main therapy in cancer management to ensure a better quality of life for patients across the world.

Dr. Rakesh Chopra, Medical Oncology, Hematology and Bone Marrow Transplant Director of the Sky Healthcare Super Specialty Hospital, located in Dwarka, Delhi, says different changes in different metabolic tracts in different cells of different parts of the cancer patients Are there. A scientific formula that can help maintain the nutritional balance while maintaining the quality of the patient’s life, is promising progress. We will bring forth more effective solutions to such effective health supplements and a complete change formula for cancer care in the future.

Raktim Chattopadhyaya, the founder and CEO of Asperger Bioresearch said that our effort is to work towards better living standards for cancer patients. We believe that personalized medical care is our chance to bring revolution. Nutrition imbalance has a direct impact on cancer disease and our discovery is to reduce the risk of nutrition-related risk for cancer patients.
Some other facts related to cancer patients

Haryana has the highest incidence of cancer cases of 39.6%.

27.3 percent in Delhi

12.7% of cases of cancer in Uttar Pradesh

Data from Delhi’s Cancer Registry shows that prostate cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer in men in the city, which is behind oral and lung cancer cases. Top cancer areas in men vary according to the area and include prostate, mouth, larynx, and esophagus. For women, breast cancer cases are highest and its rate is high. This rate is also quite high in Delhi. Cervical and ovarian cancer are in second and third place respectively.