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Kimia K. says...Hi Colleen,
My name is Kimia Kim, and I am currently a high school student in Georgia. My class has assigned us a project to present to people in our school to educate and for people to be aware of Turner's Syndrome. I have been reading from your original blog spot on your previous website, and I was fascinated by your posts. I was hoping if I could ask questions if you are comfortable with that? Thank you for your time reading this, and my email is [email protected] if you are hoping to answer them.
Katie Jones says...I am a 18 year old with turner's i was diagnosed when i was 15 years and 6 months. I have been searching the internet for someone to talk to who has it as i feel not alot of people understand as they dont have it. So my question how would you feel if we spoke about our condition together ?? I hope yoy accept and i look foward to hearing back from you. My email address is [email protected] please feel free to email whenever your free i would love to have a chat
Ruth M says...Im the mom of a daughter (currentlt in cllg (
And affected by Turner's.
Thx 4ur article
Lisa says...Hi Colleen,
I am currently writing a YA story about a thirteen year old girl with Turner syndrome. Would you be able to answer a few questions for me from time to time? I was pleased to find your website! ~Lisa
Regina says...Hi, Colleen,
you are very pretty, very brave and you have a family just amazing. If you'd be my daughter I would be SO happy! Math problems - ugh, I slept bad because of them - but you will not need math later in your life, I am quite sure of that :-)
Stay as tough as you are - and as looking forward, self confident... Kindest regards to you and your family from Regina, Vienna/Austria - if you remember the visit with Max almost ages ago at your place with Ugrinsky family...