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Why are wills important?

The Pandemic and Leaving a Legacy Ever since the pandemic started, people across all ages have thought more about their body’s ability to fall fatally ill to chronic conditions like diabetes and diseases like COVID-19. As a result, this has…

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My Story: A Tribute to Wendy Coates

In this post, we pay tribute to Wendy Coates (August 1956 – May 2021). Wendy was a woman with Turner Syndrome (TS) and fierce advocate for others with TS and the Turner Syndrome Foundation’s (TSF) mission. She leaves a strong…

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See’s Candies Storefront for TS

See's Candies Fundraiser

California candy company, See’s Candies, is supporting Turner Syndrome Foundation.

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My Story: What I’ve Learned as an Angel Mommy

Chelsea Patterson is a make-up artist and blogger from Michigan. Since losing her unborn baby, Noa, to Turner Syndrome (TS)-related complications, she has been on a mission to spread awareness of TS and support other angel mommies. Below is the…

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Environmentally Friendly Ways To Promote TS Awareness & Fundraise

You can help members of the Turner Syndrome (TS) community and protect the environment at the same time. Learn more about environmentally friendly ways to promote TS awareness and how to support the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF), while also doing…

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Make Your Voice Heard!

“I have Turner Syndrome and it took a very long time to diagnose my condition. I would greatly appreciate any representation this community is given.” Shaylie, Oregon For February Awareness Month, Turner Syndrome Foundation launched a petition to advocate for…

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

Why I Fundraise

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…

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From 1938 to 2020: It’s Time for Change

Did you know that Turner Syndrome (TS) was first discovered in 1938? It might be hard to believe, given that, after 80 years, there is still a lack of awareness, research, and support for the TS community. Take a look…

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Ways To Give Back to the TS Community

Want to find more ways to spread holiday cheer this season? Help children and adults with Turner Syndrome (TS) access the resources and support they need to excel by giving to the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF). Learn the many ways…

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How YOU Can Support the Turner Syndrome Community

Want to make a difference and help people in your community? This article will explain how you can support the Turner Syndrome (TS) community, as well as the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF). All About Turner Syndrome What Is Turner Syndrome?…

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