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Wed Oct 13, 2021, 10:54 PM

8. I read about HELA cells in 1979 when I was writing a paper

On metastases during my cytotechnology training. Like Rebecca Sloot, I was fascinated by the story. Unlike her, I didn't go to the trouble of writing a book about it. A terrific read about science, but also, a rare chance to read a book about poor people.

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