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Turner's Syndrome and Us; by Racheal Chapman

t was a cool September day and we we’d decided to go for lunch. Normality was what was needed, a lunch date with my husband was perhaps the perfect opportunity to ‘forget’, even if for just a few hours. 1,436 more words

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NET Training Day: Whittington Hospital 07/06/17

On a sunny day in June we were welcomed to the Whittington Hospital by Dr Ruvini Dharma. Many thanks to her for organising the day, and for inviting colleagues from further afield to provide a specialist perspective. 3,539 more words

Research

What We Know

My son is happy little guy that is always making progress on his own timeline.

Soon after birth we knew he was a little unique. 287 more words

Global Developmental Delay

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Can your gene predict your face?

“In genetics, traits like the color of your eyes or cholesterol levels are called phenotypes. These phenotypes are determined, to a greater or lesser degree, by your particular DNA, or genotype. 57 more words

Bookmarks

Jeremy the lefty snail is dead, but his offspring are all right

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

(NYTIMES) – Let’s have a moment of silence for Jeremy, the lefty brown garden snail, found dead Wednesday (Oct 11) in a refrigerator in a British research lab. 606 more words

Current Affairs

Internal Conflicts

I am not at peace. Nothing in me is at peace. I sense the battle, I feel like I am fighting, and its because I am. 1,331 more words

Inspiration

Cracking the durian's genetic code

(Source: www.straitstimes.com)

SINGAPORE – Their day job is cancer research. But a bunch of scientists here has a pricklier passion.

The self-confessed durian connoisseurs, who get their fix in Chinatown weekly during durian season, began to ponder the complexities of its odour and the mysterious allure of the king of fruit, even as they enjoyed eating it. 701 more words

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