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New Jersey

Turner Syndrome New Jersey supports research. Together, we can!


Chairperson:  Kym Hall
Email: khall@tsfusa.org

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February Declared Turner Syndrome Awareness Month

“It’s official!  February has been declared Turner Syndrome Awareness Month in New Jersey. On August 19, 2013 the Senate unanimously approved the bill. Gov. Chris Christi has signed it into law.”
LAW- February is Turner Syndrome Awareness Month Press Release

Specialized Center of Care for Patients with Turner Syndrome

The Alfiero and Lucia Palestroni Birth Defects Center at St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital
11 Getty Avenue, Paterson, NJ 07503
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact:
Lorien King, MS, LCG Genetics or Maria Molina, LCSW Counseling, St. Joseph’s Regional Medical Center, Paterson, NJ (P) 973-754-4503, (F) 973-754-4521
Website: https://stjosephshealth.org/

Childrens Hospital, Robert Wood Johnson

89 French Street, Suite 2300, New Brunswick, NJ 08901
Contact: Ian Marshall, MD
Tel: 732-235-6230
Website: http://umg.umdnj.edu/public/patient_info/index.html

The MollyCenter for Center for Children with Diabetes and Endocrine Disorders

Hackensack University Medical Center
30 Prospect Avenue, WFan Building, Hackensack, NJ 07601
Contact: Javier Aisenberg, MD or Amy Chartoff , APN
Tel: 551-996-5329
Website: http://www.hackensackumc.org/our-services/joseph-m-sanzari-childrens-hospital/the-molly-center-for-children-with-diabetes-and-endocrine-disorders/


There are about 2288 women affected by Turner Syndrome in New Jersey. Many of them do not even know they have TS. You can help!  Apply now.

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