Turner Syndrome [TS] is a chromosome abnormality affecting only females. The Turner Syndrome Support Society [TSSS] offers support and information on all aspects of TS to girls and women with TS. The TSSS is often the only source of support available to families.
TS is a ‘cradle to grave’ condition and as such requires medical treatment throughout life. The Society actively promotes the setting up of ‘one stop’ adult clinics for those with TS and the smooth transition from paediatric to adult clinic for teenagers with TS. Enquiries about TS from health, education, social service and other relevant professionals are welcomed. Promoting greater awareness of all aspects of TS amongst the general population is one of the aims of the Society.
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