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It’s back! Stanford Medicine X returns to campus

The wait is nearly over: Tomorrow marks the start of Stanford Medicine X, the medical school’s popular conference devoted to patient-centered medicine and emerging health care.

If you’re familiar with Medicine X, you may already be pouring over the three-day program, which is packed with more than 160 breakout sessions and main stage talks. If you’re new to the conference, welcome! You’re in for a treat.

Conference-goers will have the opportunity to hear presentations by ePatients, health care providers, designers and scientists. There will be talks from Dean Lloyd Minor, MD, and Stanford anesthesiologist Larry Chu, MD, director of Medicine X, as well as presentations by:

Follow along on Scope for highlights and video from this year's Medicine X event. Join the conversation online using the #MedX hashtag, and follow the @StanfordMed and @StanfordMedX Twitter feeds for live tweets and additional video coverage of the proceedings.

Previously: “It doesn’t matter who you are – everyone is included”: Looking ahead to Medicine X
Photo courtesy of Stanford Medicine X

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