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    It is World Lymphedema Day. Lymphedema is a condition that can occur in the arms and legs, often as a result of cancer treatments that remove lymph nodes. When lymph nodes are removed or do not function properly, lymphatic fluid does not move properly around the body, and can accumulate in one or more limbs, causing swelling.
    Medical ID for Lymphedema
    Most commonly lymphedema may result following cancer surgery or treatment—frequently, lymphedema results in an arm from breast cancer surgery where lymph nodes are removed in the process of a mastectomy to remove the cancer.
    Medical ID jewelry for lymphedema is necessary to avoid routine medical care from being undertaken on the affected limb. If you have lymphedema, you should not receive needles (IVs, vaccinations, injections, etc.) or blood
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    While every diagnosis of a medical condition can be life-altering, there are few diagnoses that bring the shock and potential feelings of doom as a diagnosis of cancer. Everyone knows someone who has cancer, has survived cancer, or has been lost to cancer. 

    Screening and prevention

    Fortunately, cancer screening is getting more and more effective and efficient for many types of cancer. Screening is often quick, simple, and most often painless. Depending where you live, public health services may provide reminders of screenings when you reach the age of eligibility, or you may have to consult your doctor who will connect you with screening services.

    Treatment advances

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