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Buried deep inside the debates on how we should die—with or without palliative care or euthanasia—and where we should die—in hospitals, nursing homes, hospices or in our own homes—lie two strange and persistent facts. Few ...
Background: If global palliative care is to successfully address challenges of unequal access, continuity of care, and health services reductionism, new practice models to address these issues need to be identified, debated ...
Background Anecdotally, it has long been felt by academic staff that students on the Bradford 5-year sandwich degree programme (intercalated pre-registration training) performed differently on return to university from ...
The archetypal prodrug of the imidazotetrazine class is the anticancer agent temozolomide (TMZ). The prodrug activation kinetics of TMZ show an unusual pH dependence: it is stable in acid and rapidly hydrolyses in alkali ...
Silane-substituted imidazotetrazines 1,2 were investigated for their activity as anticancer prodrugs related to temozolomide (TMZ). The TMS-derivative 1 showed an activity profile against TMZ susceptible and resistant ...