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Chair: Jeff Davis,
Vice Chair South Carolina:
Karen Sims, 864-221-9869, 
Educational Liaison: Karen Sims,
Step Forward to Cure TSC Chair:
Dee Triemer, 

Community Gatherings

No community gatherings are currently scheduled; please check back later.

Special Events

Save the date! The annual Step Forward to Cure TSC walkathon is scheduled for September 27, 2014 in Jarvis Park, Pavilion #1 in Hilton Head Island, SC or November 8, 2014 at Triad Park – Shelter 6 in Kernersville, NC. Come on out and be a Super Hero for the TS Alliance.  Wear your favorite super hero costume, be it a cartoon character, doctor, teacher or simply come as you are!  Thank you for all the support in the past and we look forward to another exciting year raising funds to support the goal: a cure for TSC! For more information, visit

Success Stories

The TS Alliance of the Carolinas held a successful education meeting with Dr. David Feliciano of Clemson University on June 21, 2014. This valuable meeting provided the TSC community with information on Dr. Feliciano’s research on the mTor pathway and TSC and allowed the local community to join together for an afternoon.

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