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Turner’s Syndrome occurs in 1 in about 2500 female live births world wide. Despite this there are still many who have never heard of it.

“we have to work towards an understanding of Turner’s Syndrome, it’s varieties and it’s affects on every day life for the sufferer so that the wider world is aware of it. Don’t be afraid of it. We are here to support you in any way we can in with that in mind those who love you will do the same.”

Vivika Widow discusses her novels and how they support girls with Turner’s Syndrome in a 2014 interview with STV news.

“Turner’s Syndrome is caused by the partial or complete loss (monosomy) of the second sex chromosome.”

Achieve your Potential

My TS sisters are some of the most caring, loving, intelligent and delightfully creative women I’ve ever had the pleasure to meet. It’s always a pleasure to help them achieve their full potential.

responsibility to others

I count myself blessed in life. It is a pleasure to be able to do what I love most. With those blessings comes a responsibility. I believe it is my responsibility to play my part and support my TS sisters in achieving their full potential.

Proceeds from Vivika Widow books to benefit children’s charity

Vivika Widow has pledged proceeds from any download and paperback purchases to local charity Ragdolls UK who support girls with Turner’s Syndrome. As a sufferer of Turner’s Syndrome, Vivika set up the Ragdolls Foundation in 2013 and it remains a cause very close to her heart. Ragdolls UK work tirelessly to raise awareness of Turner’s…

Want to learn more?

At Ragdolls UK we are aiming to raise awareness, provide support and reach out to those who need us most. The doctor’s waiting room can be a terrifying place and thanks to your support we can be there for more and reach further. To learn more click the links below.

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