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Kalene Szymczak January 22 2000 Adv Biology Turner Syndrome Turners Syndrome- Websters definition A chromosomal disorder resulting in a syndrome characterized by specific dysmorphic features short stature and organ malformations gonadal dysgenesis Turners Syndrome- Anastasia and Rosebuds def Its something that makes me different from other people Its something that Im proud of and ya know what I have a pretty normal life When I was assigned this report I decided to do a little more than the average person does When I was doing all of the research I wondered what it would be like to have TS Well through the wondrous powers of the Internet I was able to take a peek at TS by talking to two young women who have it What did they have to say Suprizingly they were extremely open and happy These girls were full of life and werent letting TS get to them Anastasia is 11from Cincinnati Ohio and Rosebud screen name is 24 from Minnesota Anastasia was diagnosed when she was 4 months old She commented Its really not that bad once you get use to it As a young child she always is picked on about her shortness However she wanted to make it quite clear that she was only picked on about her shortness and not her TS Anastasia is in the 6th grade Caucasian and wants to become famous She takes GH shots to help her growth and shouted to the chat room I have TSand Im proud of it Rosebud is 24 Caucasian and single She was diagnosed when she was 11 She comments that I would have to say that Ive had a pretty normal life Rose bud was never teased as a child or as an adult Children dont really know about TS but her playmates never made fun of her Rose also took GH shots when she was younger to help her with
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