Northeast Oklahoma Resource Group (Tulsa)

Group Leader

Jenifur Davidson

We are the Northeast Oklahoma Turner Syndrome Resource group. Our mission is to provide support and education to those in our community that want to learn about TS or are directly affected by TS. We meet every 3 months at the Brookside Library, in Tulsa Oklahoma. All are welcome! We have our annual Chasing Butterflies Walk every October at Whiteside park to raise awareness of Turner syndrome and also raise funds for the Turner Syndrome Society. We also have a booth every February at the Tulsa Women's Living Expo to spread awareness. For more information about this group, please contact Deborah Rios at deborah@turnersyndrome.org.

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The Turner Syndrome Society's mission is to

advance knowledge, facilitate research, and support all those touched by Turner syndrome.

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