As an international organisation promoting the exchange and transfer of knowledge, IF recognises and stresses the importance of research and data collection. Research on the incidence is necessary to establish adequate primary prevention systems. Research on the medical and/or rehabilitative care of the conditions can contribute to a better and more cost effective care. Some of the IF projects are already developing research programmes or contributing to the collection of data for future benefit to people with Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus. List of major IF contributions to research projects:


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