Written by Audrey (AJ) Jones, Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF) intern and researcher. AJ is an anthropology PhD candidate at Emory University. She has been studying Turner Syndrome (TS) and working with the TSF since 2016. After completing her Princeton University…Read More
Written by Cassidy Hooper, TSF volunteer Twitter Chat Facilitator Our Twitter discussion in May was about Turner Syndrome (TS) and relationships. It was so interesting and inspiring to learn about all the personal experiences with relationships as they relate to…Read More
Audrey (AJ) Jones is an anthropology PhD candidate at Emory University. She has been studying Turner Syndrome and working with the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF) since 2016. After completing her Princeton University Bachelor’s thesis on Turner Syndrome communities, she is…Read More
Katie Steedly Curling, PhD, writer, and guest blogger for the Turner Syndrome describes her perceptions of living with Turner Syndrome throughout her life using the concept of figure and ground. Our perceptions of our experiences, including living with Turner Syndrome,…Read More
Turner Syndrome manifests itself differently in each patient. This post will examine the different variations of Turner Syndrome and what that means for girls and women with the condition. Many people do not realize that there are two variations of…Read More
As a Foundation that relies 100% on the generosity of donors, we are very grateful to every partner and supporter that helps to grow and sustain our mission. In this post, you can learn about some of the businesses that…Read More
Amy and Chris are the parents of Avary, a wonderful, now four-year-old little girl who has Turner Syndrome. They have long been advocates for Turner Syndrome awareness, having navigated the stages of coping with diagnosis, finding care, and parenting a…Read More
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