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Webinar: Liposuction for treatment of severe lymphoedema

Chronic non-pitting lymphoedema is resistant to accepted methods of complex lymphatic treatment. Skilled liposuction and rehabilitation can be an effective solution for selected patients.
Presented by Prof. Hakan Brorson, of Lund University, Sweden, and Louise Koelmeyer, of Macquarie University.

Tuesday 21 April 2015 12.30pm AET | Proudly supported by ALA and Impedimed
Fleurieu Lymphedema Initiative - 20 March 2015

Specialised treatment for people on the fleurieu and surrounding areas

Lymphedema Awareness Expo | Friday 20th March 2015 | Christian Gospel Centre - Victoria Street Victor Harbor (opposite the Victor Harbor Recreation Centre) | $10 Entry Fee

Lymphoedema Registry | Launch - March 2015

A project of the ALA with support of the LAA and state lymphoedema support groups. Analysis of collected data is provided via SPSS by an IBM Community Grant

To achieve a robust data set the ALA, support groups and individual lymphoedema practitioners are asked to promote and encourage every person with lymphoedema to join the registry. The Website:

2016 Asia Pacific Lymphology Conference | 26-28 May 2016, Darwin

Theme: New Networks - New Solution

Incorporating the 11th Australasian Lymphology Association | Conference and the 6th International Lymphoedema | Framework Conference

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ALA has been awarded an IBM community grant

The ALA has been awarded an IBM community grant providing access to data training and analysis for the proposal for the development of a Lymphoedema Patient Registry. More news to follow.

23/09/2014 | The ALA is now connected to Health Direct

ALA is now proudly, a partner of the HealthDirect government network

Update on ALA partnered research project

The ALA partnered with the BCNA, Smith & Nephew and Macquarie University Cancer Institute in the research project: The socio-economic impact of living with cancer related lymphoedema. Online survey has commenced. Click on the title to read more and participate in the survey

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