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“It doesn’t matter who you are — everyone is included”: Looking ahead to Medicine X

The arrival of September means that Stanford's Medicine X is just days away. The three-day conference, which brings together researchers, patients, providers, technologists and policy leaders to talk health-care innovation, begins on Sept. 16, and we'll have lots of coverage here on Scope. Until then, this video provides a taste of the types of things people will be talking about and issues a reminder that "Medicine X is about that human-to-human relationship. It doesn't matter who you are -- everyone is included."

Previously: Mark your calendars — Medicine X Week is Sept. 12-18 and "No ordinary conference": The magic that is Medicine X returns to the stage

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