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Meet the TSF Blog Team

Meet the TSF Blog Team

Subscribe to our blog One of the main aspects of the Turner Syndrome Foundation’s (TSF) mission is increasing awareness and education about Turner Syndrome (TS) and supporting the TS community. One of the ways TSF accomplishes this is through its blog, which you’re reading now! We want to introduce you to the TSF blog team, […]

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Estrogen Replacement Therapy FAQ

Subscribe to our blog Estrogen Replacement Therapy is a common treatment for patients with Turner Syndrome. In this post, find the answers to some frequently asked questions about ERT. Thank you to Lournaris Torres-Santiago, MD and Nelly Mauras, MD of Nemours Children’s Health System, Jacksonville, FL, for contributing your expertise to answer these questions! Note:

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Professional Membership- Join a Network of Care

We are excited to invite medical professionals of all backgrounds to join our Professional Membership! In this post, learn what the Membership is, who can join, the benefits, and how to join. What is Professional Membership? Professional Membership is a network of medical professionals committed to advancing the understanding of and quality of care for

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Games to Develop Cognitive Skills

In the webinar about the Cognitive Impact of Turner Syndrome, Dr. O’Desky discusses different games and activities an individual may do to strengthen their cognitive abilities. Individuals of all ages can use these tools, but it is important to begin the intervention as early as possible. If you notice your child having challenges with attention,

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High School Club Raises Awareness of Turner Syndrome

When a group of high school students approached us to volunteer in fall of 2020, we were excited and inspired by their interest in making a difference! Today we would like to share the accomplishments of the club members as volunteers and show how any person can make a difference. About TCHS Pre-Med Timber Creek

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Why I Fundraise: Ideas for In-person and Virtual Fundraisers

Subscribe to our blog In this post, Lori, a mother of a woman with Turner Syndrome (TS), details two awareness and fundraising events she organized and how she has pivoted to virtual activities since then. My Motivation People ask me why I fundraise for the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF). I do it not only to help

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Awareness Month 2021: YOU Can Make a Difference

February is Turner Syndrome Awareness Month! We want to let you know how you can get involved and make a difference by raising awareness of Turner Syndrome. Each and every person’s efforts to spread the word about Turner Syndrome has an impact on future research, health care, and resources for the community. Awareness Month 2021

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