Henrietta Lacks Had Her Cells Taken Without Her Consent. 70 Years Later, This Black Woman Continues to Pave the Way for Medical Equality With Posthumous World Health Organization Award

Published Oct 14, 2021

Henrietta Lacks Had Her Cells Taken Without Her Consent. 70 Years Later, This Black Woman Continues to Pave the Way for Medical Equality With Posthumous World Health Organization Award

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