1 in every 2500 girls will be affected by it. It's a problem deep inside those two X's.
Governor Mead took a step towards making more aware of what's called Turner Syndrome. Tuesday at the Capitol, he signed a proclamation, denoting the whole month of February to it.
Turner Syndrome affects a girl's height, they're usually rather short in stature. Besides that many can't have children and don't develop quite like other girls.
Kallie Stucki has had the disease all six years of her life and it was her grandmother who was instrumental in getting the proclamation signed by Governor Mead.
"As the Wyoming representative for Turner Syndrome, I drafted a proclamation, sent it to the government office and it was met with great approval and we're very happy to be apart of the raising of awareness of Turner Syndrome," said Kathy Shoopman, Kallie's grandmother.