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Latest Articles

Give Meaning to Your Next Summer Party

We hope all of our friends in the U.S. and Canada enjoyed their holiday last week! Many of you probably spent some time barbecuing, hanging by the pool, and gathering with friends & family. Did you know your next summer…

Goddess Garden Organics Supports the Autumn Retreat

Thank you, Goddess Garden Organics, Autumn Retreat Sponsor! Big thank you to Goddess Garden Organics for supplying sunscreen for the Turner Syndrome Autumn Retreat! The Autumn Retreat will be held on September 21-23, 2018 at YMCA Camp Ockanickon in Medford, NJ….

Pfizer Sponsors Turner Syndrome Autumn Retreat

Turner Syndrome Foundation is pleased to announce that Pfizer is a sponsor of the Turner Syndrome Autumn Retreat!

Running the NJ Marathon with TSF

Running the 2018 NJ Marathon was one of the most memorable races of my life. In addition to completing the race in 3 hours 26 minutes, I also re-qualified for the Boston Marathon, matching my personal marathon record I ran…

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Overcoming Labels: How ONE Sixth Grader Opens Up About Having Turner Syndrome

It takes a strong, resilient, and driven person to overcome a label that has been associated with them their entire life. This is the case with 12-year-old Natalie Mohorter, an extremely intelligent, beautiful young sixth grader with Turner’s Syndrome. Natalie tried to deliver to people while organizing her sixth grade Gateway Project, a capstone class assignment meant to spread awareness about any topic of her choice. In this project, she officially came out to her fellow classmates, teachers, and community about having Turner Syndrome.

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Running: The Perfectly Painful Outlet

Everyone has an outlet. A passion, an activity, a guilty pleasure. Something that puts their mental and physical health in check. Well….mine is running. Running is more than an activity designed to keep you in excellent physical shape. It is…

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