Bonnie Morgan

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Many therapeutic approaches to cancer affect the tumour vasculature, either indirectly or as a direct target. Dynamic contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging (DCE-MRI) has become an important means of investigating this action, both pre-clinically and in early stage clinical trials. For such trials, it is essential that the measurement process (i.e.(More)
The use of "as-needed" or "PRN" range orders for opioid analgesics in the management of acute pain is a common clinical practice. This approach provides flexibility in dosing to meet individual patients' unique analgesic requirements. Range orders enable necessary and safe dose adjustments based on an individual's response to treatment. This paper presents(More)
Many have expressed concern about the very short stay of patients in hospice, resulting in the difficulty to provide all the available benefits at end of life. These short-stay patients are a result of their physician’s reluctance to have “the conversation” about endof-life planning. The result of this delay is that patients and families are sometimes(More)
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