TSC tumours can grow in any organ of the body, commonly affecting the brain, skin, heart, lungs and kidneys. TSC can cause epilepsy, developmental delay and autism. There is no known cure for TSC, but with appropriate support most people with TSC can live fulfilling lives.
Tuberous Sclerosis Australia empowers people affected by TSC through access to the best treatment options, up to date information and support. TSA was previously The Australasian Tuberous Sclerosis Society (ATSS).
Congratulations to Debbie Crosby, one of TSA’s most dedicated volunteers, on being a finalist in these awards. We’ll let her nomination explain why she’s such a deserving recipient. About Debbie: Debbie is the President of Tuberous Sclerosis Australia(TSA) and... Read More
Tuberous Sclerosis Australia have 15 tickets for the 2016 Sydney New Years Eve Lord Mayors Picnic. It is held in the Royal Botanical Garden from 5pm -9.15pm and is an amazing event for families with children who have special... Read More
Taylor Doyle is a 23 year old woman from Sydney with tuberous sclerosis complex. The TSC community around the world celebrated her silver medal in long jump at the Rio Paralympics in September. Read More