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Reducing the risk of LE after breast cancer surgery

Deborah Hannah
25 November 2014

<p>After being diagnosed with breast cancer, Deborah Hannah underwent a bilateral mastectomy. Some weeks later she experienced a tight and uncomfortable feeling in her arm and immediately feared the onset of lymphoedema, the condition that had caused her beloved grandmother so much discomfort and pain.</p>

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