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A Brief Intro to Turner’s Syndrome

Our hopes for our readers is that they learn various things about Turner’s Syndrome. Throughout our page, they will learn about:

  • Dr. Turner, the “founder” and first physician to discover Turner’s Syndrome
  • Effect of the Body
  • Human Growth Hormones
  • Linda Hunt-a celebrity with Turner’s Syndrome
  • Look of Turner’s
  • Management of the Disease
  • Mortality Rates and Life Expectancy
  • Psychosocial Effects
  • Treatments

The video below gives a brief introduction of the syndrome by telling the stories of women with Turner’s Syndrome

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5 responses to “A Brief Intro to Turner’s Syndrome

  1. Kati Kaus

    December 1, 2012 at 6:35 pm

    I like the list, however keep in mind this page has to be objectives for what the reader is supposed to learn as a result of looking at your website as a whole.

     
  2. maherc

    December 1, 2012 at 11:21 pm

    I like the bullet point format. The last sentence is confusing. I would recommend changing the order in the last sentence to make your point more clear.

     
  3. kzzj

    December 3, 2012 at 2:41 am

    Maybe put the videos actually into the wiki page. All of the links make it less aesthetically pleasing. Also less pages would make the wiki stronger, maybe try to find pages that highly relate and combine them, the amount of pages is a bit overwhelming.

    -Joshua Pohl

     
  4. tfischer42

    December 4, 2012 at 10:59 pm

    I like the intro video and using a page here to ‘set the stage’ for the rest of the wiki. One change to consider – calling Dr. Turner the “founder” of Turner’s Syndrome is a bit awkward; perhaps describe him as the first physician to work with the disease or something along those lines.

    – Tim Fischer

     
  5. biowikiproject

    December 5, 2012 at 12:07 pm

    I like the video, it really helps. I like the lists. You should try to condense all of the links into a few.

     

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