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ROM Improved by Exercise

Medscape reports that Lymphedema Education and Prevention study suggests that "women who are taught a series of exercises aimed at improving their arm mobility after lymph node dissection for breast cancer regain full range of motion (ROM) in both arms sooner than women who receive education alone".

The study was presented here at the Cancer Survivorship Symposium (CSS) Advancing Care and Research.

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