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Issue 3 Summer 2012
   

star imagePlease enjoy this issue of the latest ATR news

 imageDoubley warm wishes for the festive season
We thank our members for their wonderful support in 2012 with best wishes for a safe and happy festive season. Find out how your help has made a difference in 2012. Read more...



imageTwin union for ACTU president
Mother of twins and ACTU President, Ged Kearney, is joining the Australian Twin Registry as an ambassador. This new role combines her greatest passions with supporting a cause close to her heart. Read more...

 

 imageTwin study helps to explain fainting
Research has found that identical twins are nearly twice as likely to both faint compared to non-identical twins. Find out how the complex interplay of genetics and environmental factors can trigger this condition. Read more...

 

imageTwin rhythm of the heartbeat
Twins can join a landmark study into how our genes affect the rhythm of the heartbeat. Read more...


 

 imageGive the gift of your time
It is the season of gift giving and a very precious gift that only you can give is the donation of your time to a twin study. Find out about the many studies urgently needing twins. Your gift can help improve the health of many. Read more...

 

imageWe answer your top questions
We thought it might be helpful to answer some of our members’ most frequently asked questions. You never know, we might just answer a question that you too had always wondered about. Read more...

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