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CARE for Tourette Syndrome Act reintroduced by New Jersey Senator & Congressman

Congressman Albio Sires and Senator Bob Menendez have reintroduced the Collaborative Academic Research Efforts (CARE) for Tourette Syndrome Act to expand and further coordinate efforts towards research for Tourette syndrome.  This bill would promote activities at the National Institutes of… Continue Reading

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Our connection with Tim Howard & NJCTS … in print!

Hi everyone! Some of you may have seen this article on CentralJersey.com last week that talked about “a mother’s connection between her children and a soccer legend.” I just wanted to share with you the e-mail I sent the reporter that… Continue Reading

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NJCTS posts letter to editor for CARE for Tourette Syndrome Act of 2014

The following letter to the editor was submitted by the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (NJCTS) to newspapers and publications across the nation earlier this week. Dear Editor: I’m pleased to announce that the New Jersey… Continue Reading

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New Jersey Governor Chris Christie issues 13th straight Tourette Syndrome Awareness Month proclamation

Since 2001, every New Jersey Governor sitting in office has issued a proclamation declaring May 15 to June 15 as Tourette Syndrome Awareness Month in the Garden State. on behalf of the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated… Continue Reading

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Here’s how YOU can take action during Tourette Awareness Month!

Just about every day I see someone asking questions about Tourettes for which there are no solid answers. I can’t tell you what causes Tourettes, I can’t answer why Tourettes is hereditary yet you have no family history of it,… Continue Reading

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Tourette research helps families, but we need more of it!

Awareness. Acceptance. Action. Advocacy. All needed when it comes to informing people about Tourette Syndrome at the national, regional, state and local level. Our Facebook page (give us a “like”! ) is dedicated toward these very things, especially when it… Continue Reading

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When people speak out, mountains can be moved

Awareness. Acceptance. Action. Advocacy. All needed when it comes to informing people about Tourette Syndrome at the national, regional, state and local level. Our Facebook page (give us a “like”! ) is dedicated toward these very things, especially when it… Continue Reading

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I wonder a lot of things about Tourette Syndrome

Ever look at this map and wonder?? I wonder why the East Coast appears to have such a higher incidence of TS. Is it because most of the major research centers working on TS are in the east?? I wonder… Continue Reading

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Become more supportive of advocacy efforts

Awareness. Acceptance. Action. Advocacy. All needed when it comes to informing people about Tourette Syndrome at the national, regional, state and local level. Our Facebook page (give us a “like”! ) is dedicated toward these very things, especially when it… Continue Reading

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Do it for YOUR child (and others)

Awareness. Acceptance. Action. Advocacy. All needed when it comes to informing people about Tourette Syndrome at the national, regional, state and local level. Our Facebook page (give us a “like”! ) is dedicated toward these very things, especially when it… Continue Reading