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Here are some quick facts about Turner Syndrome.
- Turner Syndrome affects around 1 in every 2,000 baby girls.
- It's a rare condition caused by a missing or partially missing X sex chromosome.
- Those with Turner Syndrome may be shorter than average.
- Sufferers are also likely to be infertile.
- There is no cure, but many symptoms can be treated.
A three-year-old girl from Newport is facing years of growth injections after being born with a rare condition called Turner Syndrome. Kara-Jay Horton's condition affects just one in every 2,000 baby girls.
Kara-Jay's mum, Kelly, explains her daughter's condition.
As well as reduced and delayed growth, Kara-Jay has other health problems, including hearing problems.