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Health Care Provider

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…

Cognition

Cognition is a term referring to the mental processes involved in gaining knowledge and comprehension. These processes include thinking, knowing, remembering, judging and problem-solving. These are higher-level functions of the brain and encompass language, imagination, perception, and planning. Information about…

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Rally for Medical Research

  2017 Rally for Medical Research Turner Syndrome Foundation representatives attended the 2017 Rally for Medical Research this September in Washington, DC. The meetings and reception were held in the Grand Hyatt Hotel and on Capitol Hill. Aligning with advocacy…

Turner Syndrome Foundation Named Top-Rated Nonprofit

TURNER SYNDROME FOUNDATION NAMED “2017 TOP-RATED NONPROFIT” by GreatNonprofits Award based on Outstanding Online Reviews Turner Syndrome Foundation is proud to announce it has been named a “2017 Top-Rated Nonprofit” by GreatNonprofits, the leading provider of user reviews of charities…

A Girl on a Mission

Jenna is a twelve-year old student at St. Raymond Elementary, a parochial school, located in Bronx, NY. She is a high-spirited student that illuminates with a natural talent of song and theatrical presence representative of any Broadway bound starlet. Jenna…

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Volunteer of the Month

Sarah’s passion and diligence to combat the lack of knowledge of Turner Syndrome and to help anyone in need is a source of great inspiration. TSF is grateful to have crossed paths with such an admirable person.  We are delighted to introduce all…

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Meant to Live

Ivy was diagnosed with Turner Syndrome at 16 weeks in utero. The doctors gave us no hope that she would live. But 20 weeks later, our little girl beat the 1% odds and came screaming into this world and she’s…

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