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  • What is TS?
  • Treatment
  • Living with TS
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The following description of Turner Syndrome (TS) and explanation of some of the issues involved in living with the condition are not definitive and a doctor or endocrine specialist should always be consulted whenever a diagnosis of Turner syndrome has been given.

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There are a number of treatments available to those with TS, and each girl/woman should be treated according to her individual needs. TS is a ‘cradle to grave’ condition and as such should be treated throughout life in a variety of ways.

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It should be emphasised that each girl/woman with TS is an individual and what is relevant to one is not necessarily relevant to another.

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Membership of the Society is GBP 30 (UK) per annum (overseas GBP35) and provides many benefits. We are also happy to receive donations which enable the TSSS to continue to offer support to those with TS and their families.

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NIHR CRN research

The Clinical Research Network: Metabolic and Endocrine theme supports the set up and delivery of clinical research within the NHS. We work alongside clinicians, commercial companies and patient organisations to provide an infrastructure to deliver research trials.

If you would like more information on the work of the NIHR CRN, please follow the link below.

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Diary dates

Sat Mar 07 @11:00AM - 04:00PM
Belfast open day
Sat Mar 14 @ 2:00PM - 06:00PM
London comedy films afternoon
Sat Mar 28 @12:00AM
Cumbria & Borders afternoon tea
Sat Apr 18 @11:00AM - 04:00PM
Aberdeen open day
Sun Apr 26 @10:30AM -
Home Counties Groombridge Place and Enchanted Gardens

Fundraising ideas

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15,000 ft tandem skydive

in aid of the TSSS

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and raise £1 for the TSSS at the same time.

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