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Many studies show that self-care technologies can support patients with chronic conditions and their carers in understanding the ill body and increasing control of their condition. However, many of these studies have largely privileged a medical perspective and thus overlooked how patients and carers integrate selfcare into their daily lives and mediate their conditions through technology. In this review, we focus on how patients and carers use and experience self-care technology through adoi:10.1145/2803173 fatcat:ozhpp5nvsbd5jjfmn7m2frw2ke