An information portal created for, and by, people with the medical condition Lymphedema.
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Sitemap Directory of All Wiki Lymphedema Articles
Did you know? There are over 340 lymphedema related articles in the Directory of Lymphedema Articles on HTML Pages, just for people with Lymphedema.
From a basic Web site on lymphedema, our outreach has continued to expand to where we now offer a full range of support groups, blogs, and glossaries on all types of lymphatic conditions.
Index of Resources:
Lymphedema People Forums - This page has a description of each forum with a direct link on it to each individual forum.
In our section, New Articles and Updates, we will list new articles and updates to existing pages on our Lymphedema People Wiki.
Of course, there are also many articles not yet included in wiki.
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This article will give you a wee bit of information on My Life with Lymphedema and Lymphoma.
This article focuses just on the lymphedema My Life With Lymphedema.
Hi ya! Brad Clevenger here; resident technical expert and (generally) silent partner. I sincerely hope that we are able to provide the information, guidance, and community that you seek.
The very first person I ever knew with lymphedema, other than myself, was my own grandmother.
Born and raised in southern Georgia in the Moultrie/Norman Park area, she had stage three lymphedema in her left leg.
Back in those days, her condition was referred to as “milk leg,” and she never received any treatment, help, or even support. Despite that, she was a loving and caring mom who lost several children in childbirth, including a set of twins, but raised nine other children. How I wish the same help that we have today would have been available to her back then. She passed away just shy of her 80th birthday and it wasn't from lymphedema.
This is to you grandma, I love you and still often think of you.
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