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Lymphoedema Support Network: a short history

Anita Wallace
11 February 2014

<p>The Lymphoedema Support Network (LSN) is the only national patient-led organisation that supports people with lymphoedema by providing clear information about the condition and encouraging a nationwide network of support groups. From its beginnings in 1991, it has fought to raise awareness of the condition in parliament, in hospitals and in primary care. It remains committed to improving accessibility to treatment, and to raising the standards of care for patients by campaigning for better national resources to be invested in lymphoedema management.</p>

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