American Society of Lymphology

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The American Society of Lymphology (ASL) is a non-profit organization based in Kansas City, Missouri which provides current information and resources for professionals and patients interested in the healthy function and disorders of the lymphatic system, such as immune response, allergies, infectious disease and circulatory disorders lymphedema, relation to other systems of the body (integument, cardiac, venous, etc.), anatomical structures and functions, cancers, and integrative therapies. It organizes resources, conferences and produces various publications.

The initial efforts made by the organization led to major strides in the field of lymphedema.[citation needed]