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A Woman’s Perspective on Infertility

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by Katie Steedly Curling, PhD, Writer & Guest Blogger for TSF The Topic of Infertility Infertility is definitely not a typical holiday topic, but it is a quiet discussion that whispers around the corners of my holidays: at family gatherings,…

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Attend the Patient Workshop in California!

Cedars Sinai Workshop

Join the Department of Pediatrics at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California for a Turner Syndrome workshop! This workshop will take place on January 9, 2020 from 12:30 to 2. It features lectures by Dr. Michelle Schwieger and…

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A Thanksgiving Note of Thanks

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by Katie Steedly Curling, PhD, Writer & Guest Blogger for TSF Buddhists say be grateful to everyone and everything. Gratitude for things like our best friends, our families, chocolate, high thread count sheets, and bubble bath is easy. Gratitude for…

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Three Women Connected by TS

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Laura Fasciano, Dawn Petr, and Lori Kobular, are friends, mothers, volunteers, and TSF Board Members. But they weren’t always united over the common goal of making a difference for all women and girls affected by TS. Turner Syndrome, a condition often seen as…

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Giving back to our health care providers!

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November is the month of being thankful, and with that we would like to thank the health care providers who go above and beyond each day for girls and women affected by Turner Syndrome. 1 in 2000 girls are affected…

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Charitable giving is easy for New Jersey state employees!

New Jersey state employees have the opportunity to support us throughout the year thanks to the New Jersey Employees Charitable Campaign!

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Coming Out with Turner Syndrome

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by Katie Steedly Curling, PhD, Writer & Guest Blogger for TSF A writing teacher explained to me after he read my essay, “The Unspeakable Gift,” that the essay was the moment I came out as a woman living with Turner…

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TS Podcast: The Butterfly Pod

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Brooke Caron and her mom, Kathy, are veteran volunteers of the Turner Syndrome Foundation! They’ve been successful in raising awareness of TS, even getting Turner Syndrome Awareness Month declared in their home state of Maine. Now they’re getting creative with…

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“When Was Your Last Period?”: A Few Things to Consider When Seeking Adult Care for Turner Syndrome

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by Katie Steedly Curling, PhD, Writer & Guest Blogger for TSF Living with Turner Syndrome I live with Turner syndrome. I was diagnosed at the age of 15. I am now almost 48. I saw the same Ob-Gyn, who guided…

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Support TSF at Work

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Do you know all of the ways your employer can support TSF? Learn about them here (you may even get a day off to volunteer)!

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