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Issue 8 Spring 2014

star imagePlease enjoy this issue of the latest ATR news

 imageTracking the health of ATR twins
Did you know that everyone who completes our Health and Lifestyle Questionnaire is automatically entered into a draw to win an iPad? Read more...

 imageFun facts about twins
We all know just how wonderful twins are; here are our top 12 reasons why. Read more...

 imageTwin studies need you
Learn more about the fascinating research studies currently seeking twins. Is early breast development a factor in breast cancer? What are the causes of speech and language issues? How does type-2 diabetes contribute to dementia? Read more...

imageHave you got your tickets yet?
The ATR is pleased to announce two very different but equally exciting events - our Healthier Kids Conference on 5 December at the Melbourne Royal Children's Hospital and the Australian Twins Plus Festival on 22 March at Caulfield Racecourse. Read more...

 imageTeenage twins ATR experience
We were lucky enough to have twin 16-year-olds spend a week with us recently. Here they give us a bit of an insight into what it's like to be teenage ATR members. Read more...


imageAre we doing a good job?
Sometimes it can be difficult to know what we are doing right – and more importantly where we need to improve. Read more...

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