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International symposium - Ethnographies of disease stratification: Understanding novel clinical practices and their social consequences in contemporary cancer care

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Event is free, but booking is required: https://cancerstratificationsymposium.eventbrite.co.uk

This one day symposium brings together scholars from a range of social science disciplines to consider the social consequences of these innovations across a number of different sites around the world. Presentations will reflect on the ways in which contemporary oncology is becoming reconfigured at various levels by the practices of disease stratification and its promise of improved health outcomes for those affected by cancer. Further discussions throughout the day will be led by senior academics with expertise in historical and anthropological approaches to cancer. This event is supported by the Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness.

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