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BACKGROUND Pediatric oncologists are often faced with situations in which parents or guardians refuse recommended treatment for curable childhood cancer. Deciding how to proceed in such situations is an ethical dilemma. The aim of this article is to consider optimal approaches when parents are strongly against oncological treatment, potentially compromising(More)
Most drugs introduced into the GIT are absorbed into the stomach and/or the small intestine according to their chemical character. Some drugs (their number is on the increase) require targeted supply to a certain site in the GIT if their biological activity is to be manifested and made use of. Fulfilling this condition, which concerns primarily peptides and(More)
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