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Communication is the cornerstone of effective care for Turner Syndrome patients and their caregivers. The Turner Syndrome Foundation has developed this site to assist allied health professionals with complex medical concepts. “In medicine we cannot always cure, but we can…

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FAQ: Health insurance and reimbursement

Health Insurance and Reimbursements FAQ’s- Accessing Growth Hormone

This post presents important information about the types of insurances and reimbursement process for growth hormone treatment from recent webinar “Insurance & Reimbursement – A Turner Syndrome Foundation Webinar” presented by Patient Affairs Liaisons from Pfizer. What is a Patient…

Discussing Infertility Webinar

Discussing Infertility: Upcoming Webinar

The upcoming webinar, Discussing Infertility, presented by NYU School of Medicine’s Dr. Gwendolyn Quinn, will help you learn how to approach conversations about infertility with others. Why is Discussing Infertility Important? Infertility is a wide-reaching issue that affects many. 10%…

blog series with Katie Steedly curling

My 2021 Word of the Year: Health

Written by Katie Steedly Curling, PhD, writer, and guest blogger for the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF). Katie writes monthly about her experiences living with Turner Syndrome. In this article, she shares the meaning behind her “word of the year.” Health –…

You Are Enough (It’s a Girl Thing)

February is Turner Syndrome (TS) Awareness Month, and the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF) has several awareness and educational activities throughout the month. One of them is a blog hop and cardmaking challenge (see more information below). As a woman with…

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we are unstoppable!

My Story: We Are Unstoppable

As part of its monthly My Story series, the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF) highlights individuals with Turner Syndrome (TS) and their parents or caregivers. In this post, Eileen, a 44-year-old woman who was diagnosed with TS at 16 years old,…

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high school club raises awareness of turner syndrome

High School Club Raises Awareness of Turner Syndrome

When a group of high school students approached us to volunteer in fall of 2020, we were excited and inspired by their interest in making a difference! Today we would like to share the accomplishments of the club members as…

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