Provides information, raises awareness, supports women, represents women and promotes research of lymphedema.
Welcome to your online information resource for those at risk of developing, or having, lymphedema. This website is also an aide for the family, friends, and therapists who care for these individuals.
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We are committed to improving the lives of people living with lymphedema. Ontario, Canada
Improve the management of lymphedema and related disorders in the United States while contributing to global international advancement.
Our Community. Real people, real answers. This is a great place for patients to start. All are welcome to join and participate.
The Lymphoedema Support Network (LSN) takes the lead role in educating and supporting other patients with this condition by providing a high standard of information and promoting self-help.
To be the peak professional organisation promoting best practice in lymphoedema management, research and education in Australasia.
The objective and purposes of the organization shall be to promote standards for management of individuals with Lymphedema and or related disorders, to establish and maintain certification for medical professionals who provide such services and to promote the awareness and science of lymphology.
The Lympconnect Youtube Channel has great informational videos and stories about lymphedema