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Issue 9 Summer 2014
   

star imagePlease enjoy this issue of the latest ATR news

 imageShare in our best twin moments
Best wishes to you and your family for a safe and happy festive season. Thanks for your contribution to our amazing 2014 and we share with you some of the highlights. Read more...

 imageDon’t miss 20% off festival ticket prices and a chance to attend for free
Don’t miss the great-value early bird tickets available now for the Australian Twins Plus Festival. Plus go in the draw for a chance to experience this one-of-a-kind event for free. Read more...

 imageFestival provides business opportunities for ATR members
If you are an ATR member keen to promote your business to the twin community, the Australian Twins Plus Festival is the place to be. Great value options available from sponsor, exhibitor, in-kind services and competition prizes. Read more...

imageTwin gifts especially for Christmas
With Christmas just around the corner, we encourage our members to share their most precious gift of all – their support of a twins study to make a difference to the lives of many. Learn more about the many studies seeking twins into 2015. Read more...

 imageTwin study reveals clues to type-2 diabetes
A twin study is shedding new light on our understanding of type-2 diabetes and helping to explain why one identical twin may suffer from the disease while the other doesn't. Read more...

imageTwins raised apart: The research behind the stories
Free tickets are available exclusively to ATR members to attend a Melbourne forum by leading American twin researcher and author, Dr Nancy Segal. She has devoted her life to studying twins, especially twins raised apart. Read more...

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