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  • Can men get lymphedema after cancer treatment?

    U.S. News & World Report - Conservative, noninvasive methods aren't always enough to treat lymphedema. The severity of lymphedema varies, says Dr. Justin Michael Sacks, director of oncological reconstruction and an associate professor of plastic and reconstructive surgery with Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore.

  • 13 medical reasons for your shoulder pain

    Reader's Digest - As we age, tendons wear down, making us more prone to injury, including a tear. “This results in pain over the lateral shoulder, particularly with overhead movements and the lifting of arms away from the body,” says Miho Tanaka, MD, director of the Women’s Sports Medicine Program and associate professor of orthopedic surgery at the Johns Hopkins Hospital.

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