Morris Green

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sarily known to the subject; "quite the contrary." The central importance of choice is emphasized throughout: "Since what the method seeks is a choice of being at the same time as a being, it must reduce particular behavior patterns to fundamental relations-not of sexuality or of will to power, but of being-which are expressed in this behavior.... It will(More)
Previous studies of nutritional support in cancer patients have applied parenteral techniques for relatively short periods. The purpose of this prospective, randomized trial was to evaluate the efficacy of long-term enteral alimentation in patients at high risk for malnutrition during oncologic treatment. Forty patients with inoperable squamous carcinoma of(More)
Pediatrics is a contextual specialty concerned about children, their families, and the communities in which they live. Historically, US pediatricians have demonstrated a deep appreciation of the relationship between community forces and child health outcomes. Abraham Jacobi, MD, and Job Lewis Smith, MD, the founders of American pediatrics, fought to ensure(More)
While parents primarily want a pediatrician who is readily available for and competent in the early recognition and treatment of physical disease, they increasingly come to the physician not only because of illness but because they want his guidance in keeping their children healthy. They wish to discuss with him concerns about problems in child care and(More)
Increasing evidence that non-small cell lung cancer is a systemic disease from the outset confirms the rationale for adjuvant chemotherapy. However, clinical trial evidence of benefit is still awaited. The position is clearer in the case of neoadjuvant therapy because long-term follow up of two trials now shows that patients randomized to chemotherapy(More)
In these times, when our social and political inadequacies in dealing with the advances wrought by nuclear fission are so apparent, it is encouraging to find that forward-looking men in medicine and the social sciences are working together to bridge that gap between their respective fields of interest. Although the authors point out that the practice of(More)
Academic general pediatrics and ambulatory care are closely linked to the development of the Ambulatory Pediatric Association, an organization with nearly 2000 members active in teaching, patient care, and research. Primary care, behavioral-developmental pediatrics, prevention, health promotion, community pediatrics, socioeconomic issues, cultural and(More)