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Lori’s Scrapbooking for Awareness

Lori is board member for the Turner Syndrome Foundation. She has created a community of support for Turner Syndrome through her love for scrapbooking. Lori’ daughter, Julie, was diagnosed at six weeks old. When it came to caring for and…

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Welcome!

Learn the indications of TS and understand your diagnosis!

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Perspectives on Health and Turner Syndrome

In our second Twitter chat for Turner Syndrome awareness, we talked about health concerns. It was insightful to hear so many perspectives on the condition. As we learned, TS affects every woman and girl differently. There are some more common…

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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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Welcome Back Advocacy Coordinator, Liz Carmines!

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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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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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Why You Should Support Awareness Month

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Every eight hours a baby is born with Turner Syndrome and their lives are a miracle. Only 1-3% of Turner Syndrome babies survive until full-term. Those that do make it will require specialized medical care at every walk of life….

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My Story: “It’s Rewarding to Help Others”

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A Turner Syndrome Advocacy Volunteer Shares Her Story My name is Kym and I was diagnosed with Turner Syndrome at 16 years old. I was born the youngest of six with my twin brother in 1971. Growing up I showed…

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