The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks

The fascinating and moving story of a woman’s biological legacy is one of the most deservedly acclaimed books of the year. Our reviewer, Jerry Coyne, calls it, “a modern classic of science writing. . . . [Skloot's] mixture of science and biography is sui generis, and its themes profound: racism, ethics, and scientific illiteracy.” Read Our Review

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