What is LSAP?
The Lymph Science Advocacy Program (LSAP) is a program to educate advocates in the science and issues of Lymphedema and related disorders during the bi-annual NLN Conference.. Participants will be selected from submitted nominations and will represent a diversity of backgrounds and interests including primary and secondary LE from related causes. The program will be limited to 5 new participants.
The goal of the Lymph Science Advocacy Program (LSAP) is to engage and motivate patients and caregivers to action in issues of treatment and research of the lymphatic system through education and a more comprehensive understanding of the scientific and clinical research aspects of primary and secondary Lymphedema and related disorders.
Who can participate?
Patients affected with LE, caregivers or those whose lives have been affected by lymphedema may apply. Applicants must show a curiosity and interest in learning scientific principles and research methods and be able to function as an observer in scientific session.