The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot

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In 1951, tissue samples from Henrietta Lacks arrived in a lab. Amazingly, the cells still survive today. One book tells the story of this woman and her legacy.


Jerome Kostus
Grassflat, PA
May 16, 2011

I found this book very interesting it opened my eyes to how we may be being used in a research project and not even know it. I found it to be a easy read. I have recommended it to a few of my friends.

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