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"My involvement as a volunteer for the Turner’s Syndrome Foundation was an
amazing experience. Many people never heard of Turner’s syndrome before and I felt so happy that I was able to share my knowledge of the Turner Syndrome to others. This is a women’s issue that needs to be voiced to more people. Though this diagnosis only affects girls but everyone should be aware of it for it can happen to your friend, a family member or even someone you may know. Nevertheless, the Turner’s Syndrome can be easily diagnosis when detected early. Through this Foundation it has helped me in my career path of becoming a pediatrician." Crystal
“Beyond learning more about what is happening inside me, I met a lot of great people. I felt immediately welcomed into the TSF community with open arms. I never felt judged, which often happens being the shortest person in a room. Furthermore, I met other girls with TS for the first time in my life. I finally didn’t feel like I was alone. I could talk candidly with them about what I am going through and what I went through as a child. I’ve never felt comfortable doing that with my friends. Sure, I’ve told a few close friends what TS is and that I have it, but I’ve never went much further. As I said, I just never felt comfortable talking about something so personal. “ Jennifer
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