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Get Up and Keep Going: The Morgan McCoy Interview

A bout of ulcerative colitis in 2018 started a downward spiral for Morgan McCoy's health. In 2019, a blood clot in her left leg led to amputation, forcing her to drop out during her senior year at the University of Oklahoma. Then, a lymphedema diagnosis evidenced by 30 pounds of fluid.

You'd never know any of this by the smile on Morgan's face. Her credo? "I could pout and be sad or depressed, or I can get up and just keep going. It's a choice." Her choices led to her recent graduation with a degree in chemical engineering, and she's headed back to school for her MBA.

Be inspired by Morgan's story, and learn how she uses the revolutionary Optimal Plus by Lympha Press to manage her condition.

Lympha Press is proud to bring you the stories of amazing people in the lymphedema and lipedema communities. And even prouder to offer effective ways to manage their condition in the comfort of home. Find out more at www.lymphapress.com.

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