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Celebrating the TS Community This International Women’s Day

It is March 8th and the feeling of female empowerment is in the air, which can only mean one thing. It’s International Women’s Day! Why Celebrate International Women’s Day? This over century-old holiday has two goals. For one, it celebrates…

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You Are Enough (It’s a Girl Thing)

February is Turner Syndrome (TS) Awareness Month, and the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF) has several awareness and educational activities throughout the month. One of them is a blog hop and cardmaking challenge (see more information below). As a woman with…

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Who Are the TSF Awareness Committee?

TSF Awareness Commitee

All throughout February we’ve been talking about the TSF Awareness Committee, and you may be wondering, who are they and what do they do? You might even be thinking, “that sounds really cool, how can I get involved?” Today we…

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High School Club Raises Awareness of Turner Syndrome

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…

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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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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…

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Discussing Infertility: Upcoming Webinar

Discussing Infertility Webinar

The upcoming webinar, Discussing Infertility, presented by NYU School of Medicine’s Dr. Gwendolyn Quinn, will help you learn how to approach conversations about infertility with others. Why is Discussing Infertility Important? Infertility is a wide-reaching issue that affects many. 10%…

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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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TSF Volunteers Making an Impact

Do you want to positively impact your community but don’t know how? Read the stories of several new Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF) volunteers who are making an impact by dedicating their time and talent. In this post, you will see…

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Recognizing Your Beauty

blog series with Katie Steedly curling

Written by Katie Steedly Curling, PhD, writer, and guest blogger for the Turner Syndrome Foundation. Katie writes monthly about her experiences living with Turner Syndrome. In this article, she discusses recognizing your beauty in a world that often focuses on…

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