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NJ Center for Tourette Syndrome reappoints Tim Howard to its Board of Directors

SOMERVILLE, NJ— World-renowned goalkeeper Tim Howard reaffirms his commitment to improving the lives of individuals with Tourette Syndrome by serving on the Board of Directors

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NJ Walks for TS at Princeton Promises an Afternoon of Fun for the Whole Family

The event will take place Sunday, April 3rd to benefit education programs WEST WINDSOR, NJ – Fresh air, great music, and the chance to win

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Teens Hit the Town for NJ Walks for TS

The event will take place Sunday, April 3rd to benefit education programs PRINCETON, NJ—There’s a pack of girls on the loose in Central Jersey. The

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Greenstein, Benson and DeAngelo Return to NJ Walks for TS at Princeton Honorary Committee

5K walk/fun run will take place Sunday, April 3rd to benefit education programs WEST WINDSOR, N.J. – State Senator Linda Greenstein (D-8), Assemblyman Daniel Benson

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Beck & Houghtaling Join Honorary Committee for NJ Walks for Tourette Syndrome at Princeton

The event will take place Sunday, April 3rd to benefit education programs OCEAN TWP., N.J. – State Senator Jennifer Beck (R-11) and Assemblyman Eric Houghtaling

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Turner Joins Honorary Committee for NJ Walks for Tourette Syndrome at Princeton

The event will take place Sunday, April 3rd to benefit education programs SOMERVILLE, N.J. – State Senator Shirley Turner (D-15) has joined Assemblyman Reed Gusciora

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O’Scanlon Joins Kyrillos and Handlin on NJ Walks for TS at Princeton Honorary Committee

5K walk/fun run will take place Sunday, April 3rd to benefit education programs RED BANK, N.J. – Assemblyman Declan O’Scanlon joins his district colleagues (R-13)

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Bridgewater third-graders get lesson about Tourette Syndrome from NJCTS Youth Advocates

Tess and Paige Kowalski with Cami Jimenez educate the students and teachers at Hamilton Primary School about the neurological disorder on behalf of NJCTS, the

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