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Lymphoedema Ireland Mar 5
To mark World Day, we are inviting patients across the country to register for a national support day on Saturday, March 30th. 15,000 people in Ireland live with this painful condition.
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clare yates Mar 6
⁩ We are having a busy week, teaching carers and Jeanne Everett teaching District Nurses about Lymphoedema management, Lipoedema support group. All raising awareness ⁩ proud of our team
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BLS Mar 7
Early, appropriate compression therapy is vital in chronic oedema / lymphoedema and should not be delayed because ABPI is not possible. Use the British Lymphology Society Vascular Assessment Tool and Guide to ensure safe application
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L-W-O Support Mar 8
A recent thread mentioned the difficulty in obtaining prophylactic antibiotics when travelling. Here is the document from BLS &LSN recommending ‘just in case’ antibiotics. I’ve never had a problem but appreciate others do.
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Arthur Rank Hospice Mar 4
Join our Lymphoedema Team by wearing Odd Socks to raise awareness of Lymphoedema – a condition that affect almost 430,000 in the UK! Tweet & tag us in your odd sock photos as we say to Lymphoedema. For more info visit
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Jayne Turner Mar 6
My tip for week: If your secondary lymphoedema developed a long time after your cancer treatment finished & you live in the UK you can reapply for an NHS Medical Exemption Certificate. Finding compression garments that work for you can be expensive!
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BJCN Mar 6
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Karen Mullan Mar 6
I'm wearing odd socks today to support for Mary-Kate and Ben Tierney who are raising Lymphoedma Awareness. Along with their parents these two amazing brave children are doing fantastic work educating us all
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Breast Cancer Now Mar 7
❓What are the side effects of breast cancer surgery? ℹ️ The potential complications of surgery include lymphoedema - the treatment for which involves combination of exercise, skincare, specialist massage, tight-fitting garments.
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Melbourne Lymphoedema Mar 5
The elephant in the room - . Support World Lymphoedema Day 6 March and raise . Join the Lymphoedema Action Alliance
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Sasha Roche Kelly Mar 7
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Amy Buxton Mar 3
Happy ! I’m ready to to lymphoedema today! Will you show your support for people living with lymphoedema and wear today? 🧦🧦🧦
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Prospect Hospice Mar 7
We have nurses at Tesco, Ocotal Way raising awareness of the signs of as part of week. Lymphoedema is a condition that affects almost 430,000 people in the UK. If you would like some advice pop down & see them today 🧦
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The BRiC Centre Mar 5
What is the impact of lymphoedema? This infographic* highlights the far reaching effects of lymphoedema many of which are not apparent to the casual observer. Need more for life not just Lymphoedema Awareness Week. *Image credit - Oxford Lymphoedema Practice
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martin reilly Mar 6
Supporting for by wearing odd socks this morning. Thanks to and who do great work to raise awareness of this issue.
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The Karri Clinic Mar 4
It's Awareness Week 2019 and here at The Karri Clinic we're supporting the campaign by sharing information from the and taking part in the 'Sock It!' campaign (pictures coming soon!): RT
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Ronan McCay Mar 6
Supporting Mary-Kate & Ben Tierney by wearing odd socks to raise awareness of Lymphoedema.
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OLP Apr 4
Studies have shown how important it is to make sure that those undergoing cancer treatment have access to information about . We still hear from patients that feel they haven't received enough information, this must change.
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BLS Mar 11
THANK YOU ALL who supported for better care & services for growing numbers with lymphoedema/chronic oedema
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Dr Julie Luscombe Mar 8
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