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Images of the disease in the current comic

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Inés González Cabeza, researcher at the University of León, offers us a unique perspective on the disease thanks to the particular combination of text and image and the subtleties of sequential reading in the comic format

The almost infinite possibilities of the graphic novel, also called author comics, to talk about the disease from such disparate perspectives as fiction, autobiography and the clinical story have aroused the interest of a new generation of medical humanists who believe that narratives Graphs can provide both patients and health care professionals with a better understanding of the pathological phenomenon in all its dimensions. Works like Arrugas, by Paco Roca, or Psychiatric Tales, by Darryl Cunningham, are a clear example of the unique narrative mechanisms that comics use to bring us closer to the subjective experience of the disease.

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