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About the Editors

Ann Ehrlich is a professional medical writer who also has secondary lymphedema following breast cancer treatment. Ann brings to this book her personal “need to know” on living well with lymphedema. She is a coauthor of Living Well With Lymphedema (Lymph Notes, 2005).

Ann is actively involved in the day-to-day functioning of the Lymph Notes website. One of the primary goals of Lymph Notes is to provide current and accurate information including announcements about meetings and lymphedema-related events. Ann is always delighted to receive your suggestions or meeting notices and you can contact her by e-mail at ann@lymphnotes.com.

Elizabeth McMahon, PhD is a clinical psychologist with more than 25 years of experience helping patients, many of whom have chronic medical conditions. She became interested in lymphedema while looking for resources for a family member.

Dr. McMahon received her BA in Psychology from Earlham College and her PhD in Clinical Psychology from Case Western Reserve University. She works in the outpatient psychiatry department of Kaiser Permanente in California where she provides individual and group therapy, supervises psychology residents, helps develop best practice guidelines, and serves on the clinical review and quality assurance committees. She is a coauthor of Living Well With Lymphedema (Lymph Notes, 2005) and author of Overcoming the Emotional Challenges of Lymphedema (Lymph Notes, 2005).

In addition to her interest in lymphedema, she writes about ways to increase happiness and prevent burnout and techniques for improving communication and cooperation between patients and care providers. She has a special interest in practical approaches to overcoming life challenges. See www.elizabeth‑mcmahon.com for more information and her speaking schedule.


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Publication: Voices of Lymphedema
Updated: 2010-11-05


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