Table of Contents

""Cover""; ""Title""; ""Copyright""; ""Contents""; ""Foreword""; ""Acknowledgments""; ""Introduction: Mapping the Landscape of Transnational Cancer Ethnography""; ""PART I Structural Matters: Technologies of Disease, Risk and Management""; ""1 The Ambiguity of Blame and the Multiple Careers of Cancer Etiologies in Rural China""; ""2 The Psychogenesis of Cancer in France: Controlling Uncertainty by Searching for Causes""; ""3 Anticipating Prevention: Constituting Clinical Need, Rights and Resources in Brazilian Cancer Genetics"" ""4 Managing Borders, Bodies and Cancer: Documents and the Creation of Subjects""""5 Filipina, Survivor or Both?: Negotiating Biosociality and Ethnicity in the Context of Scarcity""; ""6 Revealing Hope in Urban India: Vision and Survivorship Among Breast Cancer Charity Volunteers""; ""PART II Cancer and the Sociality of Care: Intimacy, Support and Collective Burden-Sharing""; ""7 Love in the Time of Cancer: Kinship, Memory, Migration and Other Logics of Care in Kerala, India""; ""8 Cancer Crisis and Treatment Ambiguity in Kenya"" ""9 From Part to Whole: Gender Roles and Health Practices in the Experience of Breast Cancer in Northeast Brazil""""10 “As God Is My Witness . . .�: What Is Said, What Is Silenced in Informal Cancer Caregivers� Narratives""; ""11 Suffering in Local Worlds: Oncological Discourses, Cancer and Infertility in Puerto Rico""; ""12 Dying to Be Heard: Cancer, Imagined Experience and the Moral Geographies of Care in the UK""; ""Afterword: Cancer Enigmas and Agendas""; ""Contributors""; ""Index"" Cancer is a transnational condition involving the unprecedented flow of health information, technologies, and people across national borders. Such movement raises questions about the nature of therapeutic citizenship, how and where structurally vulnerable populations obtain care, and the political geography of blame associated with this disease. This volume brings together cutting-edge anthropological research carried out across North and South America, Europe, Africa and Asia, representing low-, middle- and high-resource countries with a diversity of national health care systems. Contributors