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.
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Tuberous Sclerosis Australia (TSA) would like to congratulate Professor Julian Sampson and Dr Chris Kingswood on being awarded the Manuel R. Gomez Award by the global tuberous sclerosis complex (TSC) community. The Gomez Award is given in recognition of... Read More
Dr Denise Chan spoke with TSA’s General Manager, Clare Stuart First of all, congratulations on your recent travel award to the International TSC Research Conference. What was your TSC research project about? Thanks! I am a paediatric neurology fellow... Read More
Thank you to all the members of the TSC community who made a contribution to our draft submission to the pharmaceutical benefits advisory committee (PBAC). The submission to include Afinitor (Everolimus, an mTOR inhibitor medicine) on the pharmaceutical benefits scheme... Read More
TSA aims to raise $10,000 to give hope to newly diagnosed families through our Christmas Appeal. Can you help children like Greta and her family? Our goal is to improve the new diagnosis journey for every one of the babies born... Read More