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Medicine X offering free webcast of the conference's plenary proceedings

Medicine X offering free webcast of the conference's plenary proceedings

Exciting news from Larry Chu, MD, the executive director of Stanford Medicine X: Anyone unable to attend the conference will be able to participate virtually through a high-quality streaming webcast. Registration for the webcast is free.

Chu writes on the Medicine X blog:

Our Global Access Program will include streaming video of the conference plenary proceedings, live photos, and other updates. The program is an unprecedented effort to bring Stanford Medicine X live to your desktop, phone, or tablet device.

Joining me in the effort will be Emmy-award winning television producer Bita Nikravesh Ryan and 2011 Stanford-NBC News Global Health Media Fellowship recipient and fourth-year Stanford medical student Joyce Ho. Our photography team includes Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker Theo Rigby, speaker portrait photographers Christopher Kern and Nikki Duarte, and our special venues photographer Yuto Wantanabe.

The inaugural Stanford Medicine X conference takes place next weekend. More information is available on the webcast registration page.

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