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Microsoft word - abstract submission.docAll speakers (symposiast, oral presentation, poster presentation) need to submit an abstract. Abstract submissions are open until Friday August 31 2012.
Please follow the formatting guidelines below. 1. Abstracts must be written in English, and must not exceed one page for all presenters. There is no limitation in length for symposiast. Please use Century font size, 10.5 pts for text (see “example”). 2. The name of the presenting author should be underlined. 3. Please send your abstract (both word and PDF files) to firstname.lastname@example.org by attached mail. 4. Title of your submission mail must be “APCPZ Abstract”. For questions, please inquire at email@example.com . Authors should submit an Abstract in advance (see Abstract Submission). The height and the width of a poster board should be 1.8 m x 0.9 m. Authors are requested to be in front of their poster during the official session time (From 11:45 am to 12:15 pm on Poster mounting should be completed on Saturday morning (Oct.6) at the latest. The drawing pin and cellophane tape used for mounting will be prepared at the registration desk. Posters should be removed by 2:00 pm on Sunday. After this deadline, staff members will dismount Shoji Uga1, Kenji Kimura1, Jun-ichiro Yanagida1, Shinichi Noda2, Junichi Gy 1Department to Parasitology, Faculty of Health Sciences, Kobe University Graduate School of Health Sciences, Kobe, Japan; 2Research Center for the Pacific Islands, Kagoshima University, Kogoshima, Japan; 3Departmen r ical Research and Education, School of Medicine, Ehime University, Ehime, Japan; presentation author 4National Institute of Malariology, Parasitology and Entomology, Hanoi, Vietnam theprevalence after the second treatment was prevalence of soil transmitted helminth (STH) significantly lower than the control (55%). This though single treatment is known to limit its effect tendency was more remarkable for the third due to re-infection. We examined the control of STH treatment. Of the 356 students who received a third infection in an endemic area of Vietnam by treatment 15% showed positive for STH shortly after repeating treatments of primary school students the third treatment, followed by 30% after six months once a year for three years. Fecal examination and 38% after one year of the treatment. Prevalence of performed in October 2005, before the first STH before the first treatment (55%) and one year treatment by mebendazol, showed 55% of 471 after the third treatment (38%) was significantly students were positive for parasites. Two weeks different (chi- square test; p < 0.01). Mebendazol after the first treatment, the prevalence decreased treatment was effective against A. lumbricoides to25% but it became 47% one year later. Pre valence fertilized egg, which occupied 86% of total number rates of two weeks and one year after the second of eggs recovered throughout the survey. treatment were 25% and 42%, respectively. Our survey result suggests that repeated treatment Although change of prevalence after the s treatment was same as that of the first treat Characters: 47 per line, 10.5pt Pitch Lines: 28 per page, 25pt Pitch Margins: top27, bottom21, left18, right18 Order: 1. Title 2. Author 3. Affiliation 4. Text * It has to be within one page.
Abstract: My essay is engaging with the discussion about the Father's fault, if any, in the Fall of mankind. After exploring some other works in the research library as well as the Bible itself, I compiled this work. It is obvious that the Father is not complicit in the fall of man. No excuse of man can absolve him of his guilt. “I made him just and right, / Sufficient to have stood,