Top 4 Turner Syndrome RSS Feeds

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Turner Syndrome RSS Feeds

Here are 4 Best Turner Syndrome RSS Feeds you should follow in 2024

1. My Turner Syndrome Journey RSS Feed

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Hi. My name is Donna. Lori and I have become united in a desire to bring awareness about TS, and vital information to others, by creating this blog and organizing a blog hop with many of our creatively supportive friends.
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2. Turner Syndrome Foundation RSS Feed

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The mission of the Turner Syndrome Foundation (TSF) is to support research initiatives and facilitate education programs that increase professional awareness and enhance the medical care of those affected by Turner syndrome. Early diagnosis and comprehensive treatments over the lifespan may lead to a brighter and healthier future for all young girls and women with Turner syndrome. TSF is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Facebook Followers 11.4KTwitter Followers 213Instagram Followers 3.8K Frequency 12 posts / year

3. The Butterfly Mum RSS Feed

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Hello, world! My name is Gina Parpart. I am married to my husband Josh. We have 3 beautiful children, 2 girls and 1 boy, Arabella, Gracie, and Jamis. I homeschool my children and love it! My daughter Gracie was diagnosed with Turner Syndrome when I was only 12 weeks pregnant. It was a day I will never forget. A day that changed my life forever. I will reveal to you all my struggles, pain, heartache, you name it, I probably went through it. I bet you're wondering why a Butterfly? Well, the symbol for Turner Syndrome girls is a butterfly symbol.
Facebook Followers 47Twitter Followers 1 Since Feb 2021


My name is Jessica Esau and I live in Port Coquitlam, British Columbia, Canada. I am the oldest child in my family and have two younger brothers, Nathan and Ryan. Growing up with Turner's Syndrome, I spent a lot of time going to the doctor and various specialists. This led me to seek a career in the medical field. I graduated from the Medical Office Assistant program at Douglas College in 2014 and work at Royal Columbian Hospital in New Westminster.
Since Feb 2017

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