Year 11 student Meg Cubitt, who lives with Turner Syndrome – a rare chromosomal disorder that only affects girls – and also has a separate condition which causes fluid on the brain, spoke at a conference organised by and held at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.
Run in association with the Turner Syndrome Support Society, the event was an opportunity for patients and their families to share their experiences, to hear about medical developments and to question the experts.
Meg gave a patient’s view of Turner Syndrome followed by a parent’s view from her mother Mrs Samantha Cubitt.
An inspiration to everyone at Kingsley for her courage and selfless attitude to life, Meg was confident and articulate when she spoke at the conference.
This tenacious young lady - who has already received an award by a national charity for being an inspiration to others - is one of the finalists in the Leamington Courier Young Citizen of the Year Awards.
Once again – well done Meg!