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The importance of writing to your legislators

Rally for Medical Research

We have been running our campaign to gain signatures on a letter to legislators for a few weeks now and have recieved great feedback! We’d like to further stress how simple it is to sign on to this legislative advocacy,…

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Men’s Role in Women’s Health

legacy giving

Girls are often talked to about female role models as an example of aspirations they can have. These are often women who have great achievements, who broke the glass ceiling, and who teach girls that they can do anything they…

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Join our support system- Attend a patient workshop!

At the Turner Syndrome Foundation, we think it is important for girls with TS to feel supported by their community and form connections with others affected by the disorder. Thus, we offer patient workshops that educate people about Turner Syndrome…

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Turner Syndrome Patient Guide Available Upon Request

[sg_popup id=”1″ event=”onload”][/sg_popup] The Turner Syndrome Patient Guide is available upon request. The “Clinical Practice Guidelines for the Care of Girls and Women with Turner Syndrome- Brief Synopsis” is a guide that provides a summary of the main points from…

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Meet our Advocacy Coordinator, Liz Carmines

Turner Syndrome has the potential to affect anyone in some way, so raising support for the disorder is everyone’s responsibility.

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Rally for Medical Research

  2017 Rally for Medical Research Turner Syndrome Foundation representatives attended the 2017 Rally for Medical Research this September in Washington, DC. The meetings and reception were held in the Grand Hyatt Hotel and on Capitol Hill. Aligning with advocacy…

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Together we make a difference!

Standing Tall for Turner Syndrome

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Rally for Medical Research

Medical Research

Participate in medical research

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Succeed in School

Every day two or more girls with TS are born in the United States. Resources are available to help these young scholars succeed.

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