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Stanford’s Medicine X | ED, in pictures

There was a flurry of excitement at Stanford's medical school last weekend, when hundreds of visitors flocked to campus for the Medicine X | ED conference. There's tons of coverage of the talks available, and I think the photos above (including one of a symbolic feather and one of Zoe Chu,  the official four-legged Med X mascot) nicely capture the spirit of the two-day event.

Previously: A healing song and symbolic feather to close the first day of Medicine X |ED and On learning, the patient's voice and the power of stories: Stanford's Medicine X | ED begins
Photos courtesy of Stanford Medicine X

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