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Lymphedema - What You Need to Know

Lymphedema is a condition in which excess fluid collects in tissue and causes swelling.  Patients who have undergone cancer treatments, surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation, may be at risk for the development of lymphedema. There are steps you can take to reduce your risk.  We’ll talk about risk reduction and the early signs and symptoms of lymphedema.  No registration necessary, just drop in!  Parking passes are provided for the Pasteur Visitor Garage.

2014 Dates:

2nd and 4th Mondays of the month - July 28, August 11 and 25, September 8 and
22, October 13 and 27, November 10 and 24, December 8 and 22

Time: 2 pm - 3 pm
Location: Stanford Cancer Center, 875 Blake Wilbur Drive
2nd Floor, Conference Room CC2105
Led by: Leslie Roche, RN, Stanford Lymphedema Clinic, (650) 723-1396
Questions: Email cancersupportivecare@stanfordmed.org or call (650) 725-9456

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