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Unconventional protocols in treatment of glioblastoma
Potomová, Petra ; Kubíková, Iva (advisor) ; Škvárová, Karolina (referee)
Glioblastoma multiforme is one of the tumours defying the treatment that is currently in use (radiotherapy and chemotherapy). Due to the failure in its complete repression, new methods were developed, methods that do not fulfil the traditional expectation about oncological treatment. But it's these methods that could lead to inhibition of further proliferation and growth of the tumour. Therapies, like anti-angiogenesis, ketogenic diet, photothermal therapy or ferroptosis, can be targeted against the tumour and significantly tip the oncological treatment in favour of patients and doctors. Despite the need to optimize them due to side effects, added toxicity or development of resistance, they play a vital role in the future of oncology. Keywords: glioblastoma multiforme, oncological treatment; anti-angiogenic therapy, ketogenic diet, photothermal therapy, ferroptosis
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Kubíková, Iva
Kubíková, I. Points Evaluation of Drivers. Bachelor thesis: Mendel University, 2017. The Bachelor thesis deals with the issue of road traffic. The main aim of the work is verification of the fact that introduction of the point ratings of driver behavior in the rules of the road in June 2006 are affecting road safety. Literary research is dedicated to, in particular, the definition of terms relating to road traffic. There is also presented the point ratings system of driver behavior itself, and is carried out in its comparison with systems in other European States. In the practical part I make a survey on knowledge about point ratings of drivers. At the conclusion of the work are the individual findings evaluated and it is concluded if the introduction of the system has impact on safety.

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