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Issue 1 Summer 2011
   

star imageWelcome to the first issue of Australian Twin Registry e-news

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As we celebrate our 30th birthday, we salute all current and past members of the Australian Twin Registry.  Without you, there would be no registry today.
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 imageOur loyal members – we need you!
Does this sound like you?
You are a current ATR member and know about the registry’s work. You like to give back to the community. You like to do things with your twin e.g. getting involved in ATR studies. Read more...

 

imageCan’t place the face? Maybe it’s your genes
Nearly 240 identical and non-identical twins from the ATR participated in a global study that has found the ability to recognise faces is strongly genetic.  If you find it difficult to put a name to a face, just blame it on your parents!  Read more...

 

 imageDon’t miss Australia’s only national twin festival
If you are a twin, or a family with twins, make your travel plans now to visit Melbourne for an event like no other in Australia. 
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Celebrity twins, Emily and Laura Sayers, who starred in Channel 9’s The Block are downing their renovation tools, joining a twin study, and encouraging other twins to do the same.  Read more...

 

imageBirthday wishes come true for a bright future
Everyone likes to look the best for their birthday and the ATR is no different.  For our 30th birthday we are excited to launch an update of our public face with a new logo, website design and Facebook page.
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