Posted on August 5th, 2020 by Dr. Francis Collins
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Tags: #HeLa100 Centennial CELLebration, Camille Schrier, David Lacks, HeLa cells, Helen Wilson-Roe, Henrietta Lacks, Jeri Lacks-Whye, Rebecca Skloot, Ruha Benjamin
Nothing about her not being given the opportunity to provide informed consent? Or to be paid for her property and personal information? Many arrogant scientists made lots of money off of her property and personal information. What you are giving her is belated pap.
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