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American Society of Lymphology

PostPosted: Sat Aug 05, 2006 8:18 pm
by patoco
American Society of Lymphology

Connecting Lymphology Professionals and Patients

The American Society of Lymphology (ASL) was formed as a direct result of repeated requests by physicians, therapists, and nurses nationwide for quality resources, legislative action, reliable information and educational and treatment standards for medical professionals.

Increasing awareness of debilitating chronic angiogenic disorders, such as lymphedema and venous disease, creates a greater need for comprehensive and universal standards of care, education and treatment.

The board and membership of the ASL seek to actively cooperate with other organizations towards similar goals. Believing that each organization has opportunity to contribute significantly to the emerging field of lymphology, the ASL does not intend to compete, but compliment current efforts being made in this emerging medical specialty.

In support of The Lymphatic Research Foundation (LRF), The ASL donates funds designated for research. For more details about this important organization, visit

Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to support research and educational opportunities in the treatment of lymphatic disorders and to facilitate the establishment of guidelines for treatment, training, information and insurance regulations towards providing optimal care for these health concerns.

Re: American Society of Lymphology

PostPosted: Mon Nov 26, 2012 5:25 am
by LymphActivist
Hi Pat:

Is the ASL still in existence? Do they have a web page?


Re: American Society of Lymphology

PostPosted: Mon Nov 26, 2012 11:13 am
by patoco
Hi Bob

I will have to find out for sure.