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Issue 5 Autumn 2013
   

star imagePlease enjoy this issue of the latest ATR news

 imageNew ATR patron generates world news
ATR members shared in the excitement when Her Royal Highness Crown Princess Mary of Denmark was recently announced as the new patron of the Australian Twin Registry and of the Danish Twin Registry. Read more...

 

 imageThe princess and the platypus twins
Have you heard the story of a princess, a puggle of platypus twins, and a professor? ATR Director Professor John Hopper shares a special moment from his meeting with Crown Princess Mary. Read more...

 

 imageTwins urgently needed for new studies
Identical and non-identical twins are urgently needed to join new health studies commencing around Australia. Please join in and help in research that benefits everyone. Read more...

 

imageTwins give food for thought
Twins are helping to unlock why some people crave fatty food more than others, and the link to weight gain and obesity. Read more...

 

 

 imageThings you should know about your membership
Have you ever wondered how the ATR uses your membership information and results from your study participation? Read more...

 

 

imageTwin teenager angst put to a good cause
The promise of a half-day off school and the jealousy of teenage friends led to this twin pair joining the ATR. Twenty-years-later, they are still as committed as ever to twin research. Read more...

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