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Issue 1 Summer 2011
   

Our loyal members – we need you!

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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.

If this is you, then we need your help!

We believe our current members are our greatest ambassadors and we would like to ask for your help in recruiting new members.

If each of our twin pair members could encourage one other twin pair to join our registry, we will easily exceed our target of 10,000 new members in the next 12 months. Many twins don’t even know our registry exists and they aren’t aware of the unique way they can contribute to medical research.

This is where our members can help.  Please talk about the registry and your experiences to your circle of family, friends, sporting groups, work contacts etc. You may have a school, work or sports club newsletter that might include a comment about the registry.  If you’re a Facebook follower, please visit our new page and link us to your friends.

You’ll be surprised where twins pop up in your life once you seek them out, and your personal endorsement of our registry will make all the difference to their interest in joining.

New members can join us online today! Go to www.twins.org.au to register and find out more about our services.

Our current members are our greatest ambassadors and we would like to ask for your help in recruiting new members.

 

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The ATR is a not-for profit service supported by an Enabling Grant from the National Health and Medical Research Council and administered by the University of Melbourne.