Henrietta Lacks died of cancer in 1951 at age 31, unaware of what her place in history would be, but her
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Oprah Winfrey is expanding her participation in HBO's "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" to an
NBC News - The National Institute of Health announced it was, at long last, making good with Henrietta Lacks'
OPINION - We’ve seen how people, organizations and events have shaped who we are as African-American women...
POSTSCRIPT'D - As we continue to celebrate the lives and contributions of African-Americans during Black History Month, The Immortal Life
REVIEW - The cells of a poor black woman from Clover, Virginia, a descendant of free slaves, led to major