to take samples of his cells just like henriettas and since the tumor was not removed there were no samples. After she got buried the clouds got dark and a strong wind that it even blew several roof of the house. Basically, it encompasses the dark periods in the American history that saw several experimental procedures performed on the African American populations. When Henrietta was young and at the age she went to school, she was very popular. Lastly, it is also possible that Henrietta's doctors may have forgotten to tell her this information, or may have thought that one of the other people who offered her care had told her. Berg a magazine writer wanted to do another story about Henrietta but he wanted to do it from a human interest story.
Howard Jones takes note that the tumor must rapidly divide at a fast rate because when Henrietta was giving birth a few month earlier, the doctors would have not missed the tumor. In chapter five Henrietta has done 2 radium treatments and the doctors tell her that the cancer is getting smaller, but she will still have to come to the hospital daily for one month to do x-ray. Deborah requested medical record from Elsie who had die in 1955, Mr luts told her there were no offial records since they all had been destroy on an asbestos contamination. Bobbette felt that something was wrong, and she encouraged Deborah to fight off any relative who attempted to molest her. Indeed, the conservative religious groups heavily protested against the court ruling that suggested that extracting Henriettas cells was within the law.