Coping with Lymphedema

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A side effect of cancer surgery, radiation treatments, or traumatic accident, lyphedema causes the extreme swelling of a limb or other part of the body. The resulting pain, immobility, disfigurement, and susceptibility to infection, often leaves sufferers self-conscious and depressed.
 

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Lymphedema is a chronic disorder of the lymph system causing the naturally occurring lymph fluid to accumulate as "swelling that can make an arm, leg, or other body part as much as two, three, four ... Read full review

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