hist 10 :: reading summary 9 (due thurs, oct 23)
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Summary information:

Read:

Then answer:

Your name:
  1. Briefly describe the "HeLa factory" that was created shortly after Henrietta's death. For what specific purpose was this "factory" built?
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  2. Did Henrietta's family know that her cells were being grown in quantity and used in medical research?
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  3. Briefly describe the origins of the Lacks family name.
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  4. What is the Nuremberg Code, and how does it relate to the story of HeLa cells?
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  5. Briefly describe the "HeLa bomb" and what it meant for medical research using tissue culture.
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  6. Briefly describe the origins of Johns Hopkins Hospital, and its charge to serve black children.
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  7. Share one piece of information you learned from reading chapter 12-22 of the book that was not elicited by one of the questions above.
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Total points for this reading summary:

100 points