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North Dakota Tourette Syndrome Awareness Walk

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Earlier this year, Melanie and Shannon Lennie of Mandan started North Dakota's first support group for families affected by Tourette Syndrome. In this interview from KX News at 5:00 with Marci Narum, Melanie explains how the condition is often misunderstood, misdiagnosed, and shares the importance of awareness and support. Melanie also shares details on the first North Dakota TS Awareness Walk coming up June 1st in Bismarck.

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