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Issue 13 Autumn 2016

star imagePlease enjoy this issue of the latest ATR news

 imageThe Twins of Insight
When the SBS Insight program first produced a story on twins back in 2006 it was their most viewed episode. Recently they featured twins again in a special double episode. Read more...

 imageCurrently recruiting twin studies
Mental health improves the quality of life. An Australian first study aims to investigate how our social relationships impact on our physical and mental health. We urgently require more twins for this project – particularly non-identical pairs - and for other currently recruiting studies. Learn more...

 imageTree change leads to a unique career
Sonia Singh never imagined that her love of playing dolls with her twin sister as a child would one day lead to a blooming global business. Her success has led her to give back to a cause close to her heart, twin research. Read more...

imagePrestigious award to Australian twin research leader
The ATR’s Director, Professor John Hopper, has won Victoria’s top prize for scientific discoveries and technological innovations that improve lives. Read more...

imageTwins together for 90 years
Their twin bond continues to grow stronger, even after 90 years. Twins, Valerie Munro and Frances Woodward, celebrate their 90th birthdays and share their special moments. Read more...

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