She is a daughter, a sister, a friend. Women and precious babies diagnosed with Turner Syndrome require a lifetime of specialized care.Read More
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2019 marks ten years since TSF became a nonprofit organization! That means we’re celebrating a decade of service and dedication to our mission: The goal of the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF) is to support research initiatives and facilitate education programs…Read More
In celebration of the ten year anniversary of receiving her PhD, TSF Director of Research, Danielle Moore, shares the lessons and insights she’s learned as a medical and scientific researcher. Celebrating Lessons in 15 Years of Scientific and Medical Research…Read More
Research is a team effort. The more people that are on the team, the more effective research can be. It is important for all women, girls, and family members affected by Turner Syndrome to contribute to clinical trials in order…Read More
Catrina was diagnosed with Turner Syndrome at 20 after a chance encounter with a cashier at her college bookstore. The cashier asked her if she had Turner Syndrome. Catrina’s mother explained, “They looked at her when she was little, but…Read More
Know the signs. Change a life. For more than a decade, the median diagnosis age for Turner Syndrome has been 15 years old. This is a problem. In the best possible situations, Turner Syndrome girls are diagnosed at birth or…Read More
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