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Cancer Prevention in Brazil

A Socio-Conceptual-Moral History of Medical Concepts

Luiz Alves Araújo Neto

to study health and medical field concepts. Following the case of cancer prevention in Brazil, I argue that both approaches can offer insightful methods to analyze conceptual changes in medical thought and their connections with medical practices

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Noisy Lives, Noisy Bodies

Exploring the Sensorial Embodiment of Class

Camilla Hoffmann Merrild, Peter Vedsted, and Rikke Sand Andersen

associated with feelings of fear and vulnerabilities, well-being and protection’ (2008: 164), the overall aim of this article is to add new perspectives to the dominant discourse on symptom awareness shaping current public health approaches to cancer

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Silence Sits in Places

Chronic Illness and Memory in Northern Morocco

Federico Reginato

Moroccan governments or monarchies. Also, the political programme of intervention for cancer prevention and detection and oncological care that started in 2011 in Morocco, while providing instruction for all the main and marginal areas, nevertheless left