(From left) Willa Condy Seymour, Coral Williams and Julie Aitken celebrated World Lymphedema Day on March 6 at Kiro Wellness Center in Trail. All three are dealing with Lymphedema and enjoyed exchanging information and sharing experiences. (Willy Condy Seymour photo)

Day of sharing experiences living with chronic condition of lymphedema

Trail event recognized World Lymphedema Day and the millions who live with the debilitating disease

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Julie Aitken shows off a sweatshirt during the World Lymphedema Day Event March 6 at Kiro Wellness Center in Trail. Aitken, a breast cancer survivor, developed Lymphedema after cancer treatment. (Willa Condy Seymour photo)

Julie Aitken and Coral Williams shared experiences and support during the World Lymphedema Day Event March 6 at Kiro Wellness Center in Trail. Both women are some of the estimated 300,00 people dealing with Lymphedema in Canada. (Willa Condy Seymour photo)

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