Until Henrietta Lacks, scientists had never seen human cells that would reproduce in lab conditions.
Until Henrietta Lacks, scientists had never seen human cells that would reproduce in lab conditions. File photo The Associated Press
Until Henrietta Lacks, scientists had never seen human cells that would reproduce in lab conditions. File photo The Associated Press

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