More Than Pamphlets Needed to Avert Lymphedema "Aftershock"


By Lois Wingerson | February 2, 2011

As you convey the official diagnosis of breast cancer, very likely your patient has already been on the Internet reading about it. Very likely also, even before the treatment that puts her at risk, she is already dreading lymphedema (LE) of the arms and its consequences: discomfort, disability, and disfigurement. Read More on the Cancer Network