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Improving wound and LE outcomes in low-resource settings

Laura Bolton
20 November 2014

<p>Lymphoedema crosses physiologic, geographic, clinical and professional borders. It spans recorded history, spares no social or economic level and takes a team and an affected individual’s lifetime to manage. The World Health Organization (WHO) is waging its global battle against lymphoedema and related wounds on a new level,encouraging those affected, their families, healthcare professionals, international non-governmental organisations (INGOs) and government agencies to integrate their energies, knowledge and resources across the continuum of care and to improve lymphoedema and wound management in low-resource settings around the world.</p>

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