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Trisomy X Information


I found that when I looked for scientifically valid information on Trisomy X, it was really hard to find.  There was a lot of information, but most of it was based on invalid or incomplete studies.  For example, there is a study often referred to as the "Denver Study".  This was based on a small sample selected from girls that had already shown issues.  Below you will find links to the studies and other information I found to be most helpful.



​Studies:


Unique Trisomy X Syndrome Brochure and Data

http://www.rarechromo.org/information/Chromosome_X/Triple_X_syndrome%20Trisomy_X%20FTNW.pdf

Great information pamphlet with data about girls with Trisomy X at different ages:

 

Dr. Tartaglia's Overview of Trisomy X

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_-AIQRirmrEbl94aVVIcHBJZjg/view?usp=sharing

Medical Review of Trisomy X by one of the few experts on this syndrome.

 
 


Information:

AXYS Trisomy X Information Brochure

http://www.genetic.org/Portals/0/Public/Brochures/AXYS%20XXX%20Brochure.pdf

Parent's brochure for newly diagnosed families

 
Dutch Contract Group Brochure

http://www.triple-x-syndroom.nl/menu150/information+leaflet+in+english

An excellent resource with easy to read information and pictures for parents and caregivers of girls with Trisomy X.

 

Elizabeth and her Extra X 

https://www.createspace.com/4717630

A great book to help tell your daughter about Trisomy X

 

Genetics Home Reference: Triple X Syndrome


http://ghr.nlm.nih.gov/condition/triple-x-syndrome


Excellent reference given out by genetics department

 

Special Needs Parenting 

http://magazine.parentingspecialneeds.org/publication/?i=243011

Story from a mom and daughter's perspective about Trisomy X.  January / February: Pages 13-17Type your paragraph here.