T-cell lymphoma is a relatively rare form of cancer that can affect lymph tissues, bones, organs, and the skin. In this episode we’ll look at this condition in two different clients with very different presentations that take us to similar conclusions.
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Information about advanced education in massage therapy for people with cancer:
Society for Oncology Massage: https://s4om.org
Tracy Walton & Associates: www.tracywalton.com
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