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Many oncologists will elect to re-treat their patients with platinum therapy provided that the period since receiving such therapy (as first-line treatment) exceeds six months, an interval tied to a decreased risk of drug resistance.
He considered persons prone to speculation and reverie imbalanced "dreamers" who re-treat into the realm of pure memory from the battlefront of memory's engagement with perception.
Likewise, it's important to keep gates and fences in good repair, and re-treat the timber with a preservative.
More than 100 people took up their seats in front of the giant screen in Walkabout, while smaller crowds turned out in O'Neills Irish Bar in St Mary Street and the Re-Treat in Guildhall Place.
They have since chosen the ZeeWeed(R) membrane technology for a new tertiary treatment plant that will re-treat the treated wastewater from the original plant, producing a higher quality discharge.
The Mosquito Authority says, if you are bothered by mosquitoes in the three weeks between treatments, they will come back and re-treat free of charge.
Re-treat your cats after five weeks with the topical treatment for best results.
IN fine spells, re-treat garden woodwork with a water-based wood preservative.