• 13 FEB 18
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    In Stunning Photos, Woman Reveals Lymphedema She’s Kept Hidden

    Take a look at this awesome photo shoot of Meagan Barnard revealing her lower extremity lymphedema. She’s sharing her story through pictures to help raise awareness.   https://themighty.com/2016/02/lymphedema-photos-reveal-condition-a-woman-kept-hidden/

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    • 03 JAN 18
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    New Years Resolutions – by the Lymphie Life

    As therapists, we understand the difficulty of managing a limb with lymphedema, whether it be arm or leg. Dealing with lymphedema can feel like an uphill battle sometimes, therefore it’s important to keep yourself motivated and stick with treatment! Take a look at this great post written on The Lymphie Life – it discusses New

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    • 19 DEC 17
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    In Treating Breast Cancer, Less can be as Good as More

    Everyday we meet patients with tons of questions concerning their route for treatment. Here is an interesting article comparing the effects of sentinal node dissection versus axillary node dissection – in other words, less versus more.   https://www.acsh.org/news/2017/09/14/treating-breast-cancer-less-can-be-good-more-11826

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    • 24 AUG 17
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    Tips for Labor Day & Fun in the Sun

    With Labor Day right around the corner, you’re probably itching to go out and enjoy the sunshine one last time before summer is over. Consider some of these quick tips to manage your lymphedema while on vacation: If you’re going to travel via airplane or to higher altitudes, remember to wear your compression sleeve and glove.

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