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Henrietta Lacks Receives Honorary Degree - Listen to the story on NPR
Tracing The 'Immortal' Cells Of Henrietta Lacks - NPR Fresh Air
'Immortal' Cells Of Henrietta Lacks Live On In Labs - Listen to the story on NPR Talk of the Nation
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Henrietta Lacks - CBS Morning News
Henrietta’s cells have revolutionized patient/doctor interaction, generated millions of dollars in profit for medical researches, been to outer space, and help developed the Polio vaccine. But her family didn’t learn of her impact on the world until more than twenty years later! Even though her cells have changed everything, the family has received no retribution for Henrietta’s contribution, and at times would go without health insurance. Inspired? Frustrated? Send a message to the Lacks Family.
2011 Common Reading: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
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