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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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A Gift from Above

Emily is both a mother and postpartum nurse. She helps other parents cope with a Turner Syndrome diagnosis while raising a miracle of her own. With this unique perspective, Emily understands the importance of raising Turner Syndrome awareness. On April…

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How Can Your Employer Support TSF

When it comes to volunteerism and philanthropy, your first thought might not be your employer, but you might want to think again. With a number of programs designed to give back to the local community, corporations have the resources to…

Sign the Awareness Petition

Advocacy is the path to obtaining the support and services you need. As an advocacy organization, we understand that gaps exist in certain areas of Turner Syndrome care, legislation, and more. However, with your help, we can raise awareness to…

Awareness Month Silent Auction

To support Awareness Month efforts, we’re hosting a Silent Auction throughout the month of February! The auction is completely online, so you can participate from anywhere. 100% of proceeds from bids will support Turner Syndrome Foundation. It’s easy to win…

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Awareness Month Fundraisers

Raise awareness while you shop when you support your fellow volunteers’ Awareness Month fundraisers! Pampered Chef, Swarovski Jewelry, custom cards, and more!

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February is Turner Syndrome Awareness Month

Why is Awareness Month Important? February 1 officially marks the start of Turner Syndrome Awareness Month! While it’s important to raise awareness for Turner Syndrome all year long, February is a chance to do a little more! Everyone wants to…

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