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More on the Lymphedema Bill H.R. 4662

TweetI would like to share with you an important message I received from Heather Ferguson today:

Since my last update we’ve picked up one more cosponsor – Congressman Lewis (GA-5) – bringing our total to 58.

If you have not yet sent a note of thanks to Congressman Kissell for his work on HR . . . → Read More: More on the Lymphedema Bill H.R. 4662

Another important H.R. 4662 Update

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I would like to share with you a letter from Larry Kissell, the Congressman from North Carolina who introduced H.R. 4662, Lymphedema Diagnosis and Treatment Cost Saving Act of 2010 to all members of the Lymphedema community (see below).

Thank you Congressman Kissell, and congratulations on getting re-elected on November 2!

. . . → Read More: Another important H.R. 4662 Update

More Updates on H.R. 4662 – the Lymphedema Treatment Act

TweetDear Members of the Lymphedema Community:

I received a letter from Heather Ferguson, the young mom from North Carolina who was instrumental in securing the coverage for treatment of Lymphedema in North Carolina. I would like to share this letter with you below; it answers a lot of questions you may have in regard to . . . → Read More: More Updates on H.R. 4662 – the Lymphedema Treatment Act

Update on H.R. 4662 – the Lymphedema Treatment Act

TweetI am pleased to share with you that the brand new Lymphedema Treatment Act Website is now up and running. This important website thoroughly informs readers on the finer points of H.R. 4663, the Lymphedema Diagnosis and Treatment Cost Savings Act of 2010, which was introduced by Congressman Larry Kissel.

It also informs individuals . . . → Read More: Update on H.R. 4662 – the Lymphedema Treatment Act

Support the Lymphedema Treatment Bill

TweetSome of you may know that the Medicare Lymphedema Treatment Bill was officially introduced to the House of Representatives on February 23, 2010 by Congressman Larry Kissel of North Carolina as HR 4662. As of September 2010, this bill has 53 co-sponsors.

Heather Ferguson from North Carolina was instrumental in securing the coverage for . . . → Read More: Support the Lymphedema Treatment Bill