New video explains breast cancer-related lymphedema
Lymphedema is a chronic health condition with many faces. Some people are born with it; others develop it later in life, often after treatment for some cancers. In Ontario, it is estimated that over 63,000 children and adults live with lymphedema and many more are at risk. Up to one in four breast cancer survivors will develop lymphedema at some point in their life.
Become informed. That is the first step you can take to help prevent lymphedema, detect it, get it diagnosed early, and learn how best to manage this condition. We’re working to improve access to quality lymphedema information, resources and services across Ontario and beyond.
Please explore our website for lymphedema information, support and resources.
Thank you for visiting.
Anna Kennedy Executive Director
T: 416.410.2250 Toll-free help line:(1) 877-723-0033 Fax: 416-236-7604 E: email@example.com 4161 Dundas Street WestToronto, ON M8X 1Y2
The LAO is working to improve access to quality lymphedema information, resources and services. We are striving for quality of life for people who are living with lymphedema – and knowledge of how to prevent it in people who are at risk for lymphedema.
Developed by Website On-Demand