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A general hospital’s multidisciplinary approach to BCRL

Alphonse Taghian, Barbara Smith, Elizabeth Dotter, Jean O’Toole, Marybeth Singer, Melissa Skolny, Michelle Specht, Steven Isakoff, Tara Russell
14 February 2014

<p>The physical, psychological and financial burden of lymphoedema can be varied and complex. Approaching these problems in a thorough manner, involving the skills of many different providers of care offers the patient a more comprehensive plan of care than can be accomplished by a sole practitioner. The purpose of this article is to describe how a team of colleagues from multiple disciplines can work together to address breast cancer-related lymphoedema (BCRL).</p>

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