Marika Morris

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  • Journal of the National Cancer Institute…
  • 1996
Approximately 10%-15% of women with stage I cervical cancer have microinvasive lesions (stage IA). In studying these patients, we aim to identify the cancers that have little or no chance of harboring metastatic disease from the primary site. These patients may be treated by more conservative means, thereby lowering morbidity and cost and preserving the(More)
A prospective, comprehensive outcomes database was recently initiated by the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) after a 2-year study to test data collection methods and systems. It started with data on 400 patients with newly diagnosed breast cancer at five NCCN sites, and over the next 3 years is projected to grow to include more than 12,000(More)
Systematic reviews of care are increasingly potent guides to clinical practice, and it is important that all relevant randomized controlled trials (RCTs) are identified by those within the speciality of learning disability who produce such works. All RCTs in the Journal of Intellectual Disability Research and its predecessor were identified by(More)
Congenital cholesteatomas of the petrous apex are now frequently being approached by otologists. Involvement of the cerebello pontine angle by this lesion produces a myriad of signs and symptoms. Otological as well as neurosurgical literature is reviewed to achieve an overall understanding of the nature and behaviour of this uncommon but interesting lesion.
At the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, we initiated a disease management program to reduce the variability of practice and increase its effectiveness, using a model that was familiar to the faculty. Professional staff members, including physicians, nurses, and allied health professionals, were divided into groups according to disease site. Each group developed(More)
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