Memorial University is conducting a study exploring the effects of Lymphedema on the lives of people in Newfoundland & Labrador. Check out the poster for more information, and click the link below if you are interested or want more information.
Lymphedema is a chronic disease caused by a buildup of lymph fluid. This happens when the lymphatic system is either faulty or damaged and cannot function as normal. It leads to swelling in the tissues where the lymph flow is blocked. Most often the swelling is in an arm or leg, but it can also be in the breast, trunk, genitals or head and neck. It can affect everyone - children men and women.
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LANL’s mission is to support people living with lymphedema.
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