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Researchers around the world have screened hundreds of chemical and biological compounds for use as radiation countermeasure agents. After years of research, the U.S. Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute (AFFRI) revealed to the world that Delta- and Gamma- Tocotrienols were among the most effective and received U.S. and World Patents... "for protecting the body from radiation-induced injury and radiation-induced mortality". AFRRI has now published over a dozen papers on this subject. Extensive research has revealed that Tocotrienols possess many additional biological properties providing protective benefits including anti-cancer, anti-diabetes, anti-hyperlipidemic, anti-thrombic, cardio-protective, immune enhancing, protecting tissues and organs as powerful anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory agents, and more... Tocotrienols are now being evaluated in several human clinical trials.

Tocotrienols: Human Clinical Trials in Progress or Completed

(Laboratory Tests & Animal Studies Successfully Completed)

Tocotrienol in Combination With Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy for Women With Breast Cancer (NeoToc) (First posted - September 21, 2016)
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Side Effects to FOLFOXIRI + Tocotrienol/Placebo as First Line Treatment of Metastatic Colorectal Cancer (First posted – March 10, 2016)
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Tocotrienol as a Nutritional Supplement in Patients With Advanced Lung Cancer (Toco-Pulm) (First posted - December 31, 2015)
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A Phase I Safety, Pharmacokinetic, and Pharmacodynamic Presurgical Trial of Vitamin E Delta-Tocotrienol in Patients with Pancreatic Ductal Neoplasia. (First posted - December 2, 2015)
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Liver Trial on Oral Tocotrienol (First posted - October 20, 2015)
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Cabazitaxel vs. Tocotrienol in Patients With Recurrent Ovarian Cancer After Failure of Standard Therapy. (CaTo-ROC) (First posted - September 25, 2015)
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Tocotrienol as a Nutritional Supplement in Patients With Advanced Ovarian Cancer (Toco-Ovar) (First posted - March 26, 2015)
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Palm Tocotrienols in Chronic Hemodialysis (USA) (PATCH) (First posted - February 9, 2015)
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Stroke and Tocotrienol: Unique Role in Neuroprotection (SATURN) (First posted - October 13, 2014)
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Clinical investigation of the protective effects of palm vitamin E tocotrienols on brain white matter. (First posted - April 3, 2014)
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Tocotrienols and Bone Health of Postmenopausal Women (First posted - February 10, 2014)
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Neuroprotection by Tocotrienols in Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (VENUS) (First posted - October 31, 2013)
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Nutrition Blood Outcomes Following Tocotrienol N2B (NIIB) (First posted - May 21, 2013)
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Effects of Tocotrienols Supplementation on Platelet Aggregation in Subjects With Metabolic Syndrome (First posted - June 29, 2012)
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Efficacy Of Tocotrienol a Natural Vitamin E In Biopsy Wound (TOP/OTOP) (First posted - April 17, 2012)
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NUTRITION: Natural Tocotrienol Against Ischemic Stroke Event (NUTRITION) (First posted - April 17, 2012)
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Gamma-Delta Tocotrienol as Potential Maintenance Treatment in Women With Metastatic Breast Cancer (GEMM1a) (First posted - April 5, 2012) 
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Vitamin E Delta-Tocotrienol Multiple Dose in Healthy Subjects (First posted - October 12, 2011)
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Vitamin E Delta-Tocotrienol (VEDT) Single Dose in Healthy Subjects (First posted - October 5, 2011)
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Effects of Tocotrienol Supplementation on Hair Growth in Human Volunteers (First posted - December 21, 2010)
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Study of Tocotrienol Absorption and Distribution Under Different Fat Status (First posted – August 20, 2010)
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A Pilot Clinical Trial With Tocotrienol on Breast Cancer (BC) (First posted - July 5, 2010)
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Vitamin E Delta-Tocotrienol Administered to Subjects With Resectable Pancreatic Exocrine Neoplasia (First posted - September 28, 2009)
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Vitamin E Supplements in Preventing Cancer in Patients at Risk of Prostate Cancer or Who Have Prostate Cancer (First posted – May 8, 2009)
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Efficacy and Safety Study of EGCG/Tocotrienol in 18 Patients With Splicing-mutation-mediated Cystic Fibrosis (CF) (First posted - April 28, 2009)
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Vitamin E Pharmacokinetics and Biomarkers in Normal and Obese Women (First posted - March 16, 2009)
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Study of Antioxidants on Prostate Tumors in Men Undergoing Radical Prostatectomy for Prostate Cancer (First posted – February 16, 2009)
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Biomarker Study of Neoadjuvant Vitamin E in Patients With Locally Treatable Prostate Cancer (First posted – December 17, 2008)
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Neuroprotective and Cardioprotective Effects of Palm Vitamin E Tocotrienols (First posted – September 16, 2008)
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Study of Antioxidants on MRI Detectable Early Stage Prostate Cancer Among Men on Active Surveillance (First posted – September 1, 2008)
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Efficacy of Natural Vitamin E Tocotrienol on the Treatment of Surgical Scars (First posted - June 19, 2008)
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Human Tissue Distribution of Orally Supplemented Natural Vitamin E Tocotrienol (First posted - May 16, 2008)
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Radiation at Airport and During Flight

Radiation exposure is much higher during commercial jet flights because of much less shield protection provided by Earth's atmosphere against solar radiation, cosmic rays, gamma rays, X-rays, and UV rays. The Earth's atmospheric layer provides a shielding from high-energy cosmic particles from outer space equivalent to 13 feet of concrete. This massive atmospheric protection decreases exponentially as the altitude increases. The dosage from an airport scanner is exceedingly low compared to the radiation dosages received during your flight or from medical diagnostic testing with X-ray or CT scans.

Dental X-rays use the lowest radiation dosages in healthcare – in a perfect world, no radiation is the best option. Everyone must decide whether the medical benefits outweigh the radiation risks. But if radiation exposure is unavoidable, it is suggested that you take two to four softgels of Delta-POWER™ (125mg/each) the night before your flight, depending upon the length of flight, altitude, and time of day. If possible, travel when the sun goes down. We suggest you take Delta-POWER™ before you are exposed to diagnostic medical X-rays or CT scans.

Radiation Exposure Comparisons

  • One Dental X-Ray Is Equivalent to 50 Airport Scans
  • One Chest X-Ray Is Equivalent to 1,000 Airport Scans
  • One Mammogram Is Equivalent to 4,000 Airport Scans
  • One Abdominal/Pelvic CT Scan Is Equivalent to 200,000 Airport Scans