Dr. Sheri teaches breast cancer survivors how to
LIVE Today, even with LYMPHEDEMA!

Lymphedema is a leading post-treatment complication for many cancer patients with 1 in 3 at-risk cancer patients developing cancer-related lymphedema as a result of their cancer treatment. Lymphedema patients require custom compression garments that need to be replaced every 6 months. Although lymphedema treatment is typically covered by health insurance, compression garments are not. Therefore, doTERRA wellness advocate Tracey Podolsky, PT, CLT-LANA has partnered with Dr. Sheri Prentiss, MD, founder of the LIVE Today Foundation a 501c3 nonprofit organization to provide FREE compression garments and education to clinicians and patients on lymphedema prevention and treatment!
All funds raised through this link https://doterrahealinghands.org/match-program/fundraiser/208/hope-after-cancer  until November 30, 2021 will be matched by the doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation, up to the amount listed on the fundraising page, with all proceeds donated to the LIVE Today Foundation.

Cancer patients and survivors, you don’t have to succumb to this life-long debilitating condition. Ask your doctors about a Lymphedema Prevention Program at their institutions. Be proactive in your survivorship. Don’t allow one disease cancer, to cause another disease, lymphedema which can be with you for the rest of your life even after your cancer is considered cured!

Lymphedema affects approximately 10 million Americans – more than muscular dystrophy, ALS, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and AIDS combined; and hundreds of millions worldwide.

 1 Minorities, in particular, suffer the effects of healthcare disparities in treatment, post-operative care, 2 and ability to pay for services.

Patients with lymphedema have significantly decreased quality of life because of persistent pain, recurrent infections, and swelling that can progress to gigantic proportion and gross disfigurement. Lymphedema has no cure.

Treatment is most effective using compression garments, which minimize swelling and control pain. Most over-the-counter compression garments don’t fit properly and are uncomfortable, unattractive, and unaffordable …


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