CCSS

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AcronymDefinition
CCSSCommon Core State Standards (various locations)
CCSSCrisis Center for South Suburbia (Tinley Park, IL)
CCSSCaja Costarricense del Seguro Social (Costa Rican Social Security Institution)
CCSSCalifornia Council for the Social Studies (Chico, CA)
CCSSCoweta County School System (Newnan, GA)
CCSSCenter for Civil Society Studies
CCSSChildhood Cancer Survivor Study (St. Jude Children's Research Hospital; Memphis, TN)
CCSSCommission des Comptes de la Sécurité Sociale (French: Social Security Accounts Commission)
CCSSCherokee County School System (Georgia)
CCSSCatholicCare Social Services (Australia)
CCSSCommodity Command Standard System
CCSSCentre Commun de la Sécurité Sociale (French: Joint Center for Social Security; Luxembourg)
CCSSCatmull Clark Subdivision Surface (computer graphics algorithm)
CCSSColorado Cactus and Succulent Society
CCSSCoroners' Courts Support Service (UK)
CCSSChilean Computer Science Society
CCSSCommon Channel Signaling System
CCSSCommercial Closed Source Software
CCSSComprehensive Community Support Services (New Mexico)
CCSSCouncil of Christian Scholarly Societies
CCSSCass Community Social Services
CCSSCaisse Commune de Sécurité Sociale (French: Common Fund for Social Security)
CCSSCryptologic Combat Support System
CCSSCenter for Complex Systems Studies (Kalamazoo College)
CCSSComputer Crime and Security Survey
CCSSCenter for Computer System Security
CCSSCombat Command Support System
CCSSCommunity Charge for Standard Spending (UK)
CCSSControlled Copy Support Systems, Inc
CCSSComanche Crew Support System
CCSSCombat Communications Support Squadron
CCSSConference of the Cognitive Science Society
CCSSChaotic Complex Spreading Sequence
CCSSCommunications Channel Signalling System
CCSSConsolidated Critical Support System
CCSSCombat Cryptologic Support System
CCSSCSIRT Collaboration Support System
CCSSCoordination Committee on Social Sector
CCSSCommand Commodity Supply System
CCSSCommand Center Support System
CCSSCommand & Control Switching Systems
CCSSCanadian Computer Security Symposium
CCSSCommand and Control Simulation System
CCSSCadet Command and Staff School (Howard Payne University; Brownwood, TX)
CCSSCruise Control Set Switch
CCSSCommunications-Computer Systems Security
CCSSChina Current Student Society (Harvard University)
CCSSCedar Creek State School (Gold Coast, Australia)
CCSSCoordinating Committee on the Social Sector
CCSSCertified Church Security Specialist
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Research from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study that looks at how patients diagnosed with cancer over three decades perceive their health shows need for further progressLong-term survivors of childhood cancer live longer thanks to improvements to cancer treatments, but a new study looking at three decades of therapy suggests patients do not report better health status.
A previous study of 8,522 adult survivors of childhood cancer enrolled in the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study (CCSS) revealed that although most survivors (89 percent) reported at least one medical visit within the 2 years preceding the survey (completed in 2002-2003), less than one-third of survivors reported a survivor-focused visit (Nathan et al.
The Childhood Cancer Survivor Study (CCSS) is a multicenter, retrospective cohort study that comprised 2,589 survivors who were diagnosed from 1970 through 1986 when they were between the ages 11 and 21 years, and 360 sibling counterparts.
But efforts to reduce the intensity of therapy without compromising the quality of care appear to be having their effect, as seen in long-term follow-up results from patients in the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study.
The Childhood Cancer Survivor Study Group reported that cranial radiotherapy alone was insufficient to induce reportable hypothyroidism, whether central or primary in origin.
Psychological status in childhood cancer survivors: A report from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study.
Childhood Cancer Survivor Study (CCSS) results have showed that one of the sever conditions that is significantly more common in childhood cancer survivors, is congestive heart failure (with relative risk 15.
In the current study, investigators used information from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study, a large retrospective study of treatment and outcomes in more than 20,000 childhood cancer survivors diagnosed between 1970 and 1986.
CHICAGO - The presence of conventional cardiovascular risk factors further increases the risk for poor cardiovascular outcome among adult survivors who were exposed to cardiotoxic cancer therapy as children, according to a report from the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study.
One of the few programs that gives information on late effects is the Childhood Cancer Survivor Study that began following about 14,000 five-year survivors of childhood and adolescent cancers in 1994.
The Childhood Cancer Survivor Study (CCSS), a large retrospective cohort study sponsored by the National Cancer Institute, has continued to explore many questions about late effects among childhood cancer survivors (Weiner, Simone, & Hewitt, 2003).
The Childhood Cancer Survivor Study (CCSS) is a national registry that follows more than 10,000 childhood cancer survivors and their healthy siblings.
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