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ALFP: identifying issues in lymphoedema in the US

Bob Stewart, Bonnie Lasinski, Catherine Tuppo, Constance Brooks, Jane Armer, Janice Cormier, Joseph Feldman, Julia Rodrick, Marcia Beck, Mei Fu, Nicole Stout, Pierre Gonon, Robin Shook
14 February 2014

<p>The American Lymphedema Framework Project (ALFP) is a national initiative introduced in 2008 to improve the management of lymphoedema (LE) and related disorders in the United States. A National Stakeholders Conference was held in March 2009 to share perspectives on the current state of LE, establish priority issues, and recommend actions to move the field forward.</p>

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