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4.What is the implication of the author’s decision to use the term “birth” to describe the initial growth of HeLa cells?5.Once HeLa started growing, was Henrietta informed that her cells were being used in Gey’s research?Chapter Five: “Blackness Be Spreadin All Inside”1.After her diagnosis and treatment, how did Henrietta behave? What can you infer about her personality based on this behavior?2.According to Ethel’s cousins, why did she dislike Henrietta?3.What was Elsie’s early life like?4.Why did Henrietta and David (Day) Lacks decide to place Elsie in the Hospital for the Negro Insane?5.What specific details let the reader know that sending Elsie away was difficult for Henrietta?Chapter Six: “Lady’s On the Phone”1.Paraphrase the information on page 50 describing the Tuskegee Syphilis Study.2.What do the Tuskegee Syphilis Study and the Mississippi Appendectomies suggest about the history of African Americans and medicine?
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