Our mission is to deliver awareness of Klinefelter Syndrome and the education of those who could have it, the families in their lives as well as the medical community about the prevalence of it, the importance of early detection, available treatment options and other health issues.
To build public awareness of Klinefelter Syndrome, several internationally based support groups are uniting to launch a world-wide Klinefelter Syndrome Awareness Week campaign which first began in 2007. This is a momumental task, but getting our website up and running with links to other sources of information was our first step. Each year hereafter we will provide more and more exposure to the public of Klinefelter Syndrome, what it is, and what can be done about it.
Support Our Efforts
The ideal way you can help us is by providing a link to our website blog within messages and posts on other forums that discuss medical issues.
Our website address is:
The most important step at this point is getting the word out that the week of March 15-21, 2015 is the Awareness Week for Klinefelter Syndrome.
If your local, regional, or national Klinefelter Syndrome support organization doesn't have any information on it to promote this week, then what you can do is suggest that they participate. All organizations who promote the week will become Council members. We will provide a reciprocal link to their website when they join with us. The cost is nothing! The reward is to be a part of a grass roots effort to change public awareness of this which so many struggle through in their everyday lives.