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Lymphoedema Training Academy Jul 13
Less than 3 weeks until our Lymphoedema Awareness course. Who do you know who may come into contact with swelling?Your GP? Community Nurse? Sports Therapist? Your Physio? #@lymphsupport 0330 010 1317
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OLP Jul 8
Just googling can demonstrate why is still so important. People are clearly searching for information on whether it is a permanent condition and whether it can be cured, which really is the basic info people should have when diagnosed.
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OLP Jul 9
"Many of these warnings were little more than 'old wives’ tales', which in recent years have been debunked based on results of a group of well-run studies."
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LOROS Hospice Mar 8
Finally, our fundraising team have created a sock catwalk to to !
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Bruce Poole Mar 4
I am wearing Odd Socks to raise awareness of Lymphoedema – a condition that affect almost 430,000 in the UK
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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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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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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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Debra Allcock Mar 4
Busy week for GM Lymphoedema Programme. Raising awareness across Greater Manchester . I’m super proud to be supporting this campaign!
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OLP Jul 11
Some of the difficulties patients have faced with their diagnosis following breast cancer can be found here. Have you had similar experiences? What would you like to see changed?
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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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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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Sasha Roche Kelly Mar 7
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yolande borthwick Mar 8
Chatted to lots of people today, hopefully catch some more tomorrow. Thanks to the manufacturers for helping us support LAW
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Emma Robertson Mar 20
Picked up these rather smart new compression garments yesterday! Looking froward to wearing them on a nice long walk today for
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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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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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BJCN Mar 6
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St Luke's Sheffield Mar 6
Our teams are showing their support and wearing their to help to lymphoedema. Over 200,000 men, women and children are affected by lymphoedema in the UK. Show your support for all those affected by sporting your odd socks this Week
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