To help achieve this goal, the Society is offering awards for outstanding, unpublished research papers.Generous contributions from our industry colleagues and donations from members fund the CSRS Research Program.
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SCREENING GROUP The core function of the Screening Group is to provide evidence to guide the development of public health policies in implementing screening in a range of health-care settings, particularly in low- and middle-income countries.
Transplantation of Neural Stem/Progenitor Cell Derived from Human i PS Cells with Gamma-Secretase Inhibitor Treatment Promotes Motor Functional Recovery and Axonal Regrowth After Chronic Spinal Cord Injury: Toshiki Okubo, MD, Ph D Comparative Analysis Between Early Surgical and Conservative Treatment of the Incomplete Cervical Spinal Cord Injury Without Major Fracture and Dislocation in the Preexisting Cervical Spinal Stenosis: Jung-Ki Ha, MD The Impact of K-Line (-) in the Neck-Flexion Position on Patient-Based Outcomes After Cervical Laminoplasty for Patients with Ossification of the Posterior Longitudinal Ligament: Atsushi Kimura, MD, Ph D Investigating the Utility of Intra-Operative Neurophysiological Monitoring for Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion: Analysis of Over 140,000 Cases from a National Inpatient Dataset: Jetan H. Intravenous Steroids on Dysphagia and Dysphonia following Anterior Cervical Discectomy and Fusion (ACDF): A Single-Blinded, Prospective, Randomized Control Trial: Tyler J.
Compared with unvaccinated women born in 1988, vaccinated women born in 19 showed an 89% reduction (95% confidence interval 81% to 94%) in prevalent cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) grade 3 or worse (from 0.59% (0.48% to 0.71%) to 0.06% (0.04% to 0.11%)), an 88% reduction (83% to 92%) in CIN grade 2 or worse (from 1.44% (1.28% to 1.63%) to 0.17% (0.12% to 0.24%)), and a 79% reduction (69% to 86%) in CIN grade 1 (from 0.69% (0.58% to 0.63%) to 0.15% (0.10% to 0.21%)).
Younger age at immunisation was associated with increasing vaccine effectiveness: 86% (75% to 92%) for CIN grade 3 or worse for women vaccinated at age 12-13 compared with 51% (28% to 66%) for women vaccinated at age 17.
Evidence of herd protection against high grade cervical disease was found in unvaccinated girls in the 19 cohorts.
Authors of the selected abstracts will be required to submit a short manuscript amplifying the abstract information.
Award winners must attend the annual meeting in November/December to present the paper and receive the monetary award.