The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks No names have been changed, no characters invented, no events
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I also relied on extensive archival photos and documents, scientific and historical research, Gey had lined one wall with cages full of squealing rabbits, rats, and guinea pigs; on one side of the table where Mary sat eating her lunch, he’d built
shelves holding cages full of mice, their bodies filled with tumors. Mary always stared at them while she ate, just as she was doing when Gey walked into the lab carrying the pieces of Henrietta’s cervix.
“I’m putting a new sample in your cubicle,” he told her.
Mary pretended not to notice. Not again, she thought, and kept eating her sandwich. It can wait till I’m done. Mary knew she shouldn’t wait—every moment those cells sat in the dish made it more
likely they’d die. But she was tired of cell culture, tired of meticulously cutting away dead tissue like gristle from a steak, tired of having cells die after hours of work. DOWNLOAD HERE