Differentiated Short Research From a Painstaking Observer
“Even a regimented press will, again and again, betray their nation’s interests to a painstaking observer.”—William “Wild Bill” Donovan, Former Head of the United States Office of Strategic Services during WWII
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The lymphedema industry is small. Certain pronouns, locations, names, and titles have been paraphrased or adjusted to preserve the anonymity of industry sources quoted in the reports. During the course of research, more than thirty individuals across the lymphedema industry, Medicare, and commercial payors were interviewed nationwide over multiple hour+ long conversations.