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Daughter’s Day 2021

Raising Daughters Now and Then Today is Daughter’s Day 2021, a day in society where being a daughter and having a daughter means something completely different than it did even a few years ago.  Women are teaching their young daughters…

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How To Open a Conversation About Turner Syndrome Diagnosis

One of the most challenging aspects of Turner Syndrome (TS) is knowing when and how to approach the TS diagnosis conversation. Whether you are a parent/caregiver or patient, read on to learn more about when and how to have this…

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Turner Syndrome and Fertility: Act Early!

While infertility is one of the primary symptoms of Turner Syndrome (TS), fertility treatments can help some patients, primarily those with mosaic TS. In this post, we summarize and discuss the article “Importance of early and precise ascertainment of mosaic…

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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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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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Turner Syndrome Variations

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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…

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A Virtual Chat for Turner Syndrome Awareness

This week we hosted our first ever Turner Syndrome Awareness Twitter Chat. You can visit this post to learn what exactly that means. Today we want to share with you some of the stories that were shared in our conversation….

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