Spread the word about the T-Force Gold Study.

Spread the word about the T-Force Gold Study.

If you have a friend or a family member whose child has Tourette’s, enter his or her email address below to send a link to this site. You can also spread the news about this important research study by sharing the graphics provided below with your social networks.

Dear FRIEND’S NAME,

I was informed about a clinical research study for children and adolescents aged 6–17 years who have been diagnosed with Tourette syndrome. I thought you may be interested in checking it out. Here is a link to the site: TForceGold.com.

Hope all is well.

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Approximately 138,000 children in the US have Tourette syndrome.
Boys are 3 to 5 times more likely than girls to have Tourette's.
37% of children with Tourette's have moderate or severe forms of the condition.
The average age of onset for Tourette syndrome is approximately six years old.
1 in 5 children exhibits tics at some point in their childhood.
Tic symptoms usually become the most severe around age 10.