Share this article

Lymphoedema and the impact of social and societal factors – can we do better?

Neil Piller
20 December 2013

<p>Both secondary and primary lymphoedema continue to be a problem worldwide. Surprisingly, it’s not only developing countries where remains an issue. But have we really performed much better over the past 20 years in managing this condition?</p>

Free for all healthcare professionals

Sign up to the Wounds Group journals

By clicking ‘Subscribe’, you are agreeing that the Wounds Group are able to email you periodic newsletters. You may unsubscribe from these at any time. Your info is safe with us and we will never sell or trade your details. For information please review our privacy policy.

Are you a healthcare professional? This website is for healthcare professionals only. To continue, please confirm that you are a healthcare professional below.

We use cookies responsibly to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue without changing your browser settings, we’ll assume that you are happy to receive all cookies on this website. Read about how we use cookies.

I am not a healthcare professional.