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    The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

    Here's the little trailer for "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks".
    Female, T9 incomplete

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    Nice. It's a pretty good book if you like the intersection of science, medicine, culture, ethics, and philosophy. Had to read it for medical school, but my parents and I listened to it on a family road trip and they liked it as well.

    It's super crazy that this chick's been dead for more than 60 years, but her cancer is still out there all over the world, tons and tons of it growing in thousands of labs.

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    I loved the book!! Looking forward to the film.

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    The book was excellent - fascinating and informative on so many levels. Thanks for the link to the trailer.
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    Thanks for the info. I absolutely loved the book and it is one of my top ten favorite. I didn't know there would be a movie, but can't wait to see it!

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