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More Ways to Participate in the Retreat Weekend

You’ve probably heard us talk about the Autumn Retreat, but did you know you can still join us even if you can’t make it for the full weekend!

Rutgers University Study on the Epidemiology of TS

Rutgers Student Studies Health Concerns in Turner Syndrome For MPH Project Veronia Hanna, Rutgers University Masters of Public Health student, chose to study Turner Syndrome for her practicum poster presentation, a final project required for Masters of Public Health candidates….

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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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A collaborative effort for TS Awareness

Have you met anyone affected by Turner Syndrome yet? If you have, would you like to re-live the experience? Here’s how to make it happen, while making a difference. You can be part of an awareness event planning in your…

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