Learning from the lives portrayed, the conclusion seeks to relate some of the findings to other literatures and ways of thinking about illness in more detail, providing some evidence for the arguments that the book makes and offering a more theoretical discussion. This chapter explores what is at stake in these accounts, from ideas of care, control and choice, to bodily doubt and the felt politics of stigma.
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