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<h1 class="text-center">Henrietta Lacks</h1>
                                                 <h2 class="text-center grey-text">- The Woman with Immortal Cells -</h2>
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  Henrietta Lacks circa 1951

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<p>Henrietta Lacks (1920-1951) was an African-American woman who unknowingly possessed cells that are "immortal". Known now as "HeLa" cells, these cells were discovered in a cancerous tumor that was biopsied. The following is a brief timeline of her life:</p><br>
    <li><strong>August 1, 1920:</strong> Born Loretta Pleasant in Roanoke, Virginia</li>
    <li><strong>1924:</strong> Moved to Clover, Virginia after her mother's death</li>
    <li><strong>1924:</strong>Began working as a tobacco farmer at an early age</li>
    <li><strong>1935:</strong> 14-year-old Lacks gives birth to a son, Lawrence</li>
    <li><strong>1939:</strong> A daughter, Elsie, is born</li>
    <li><strong> April 10, 1940:</strong> Marries Day Lacks</li>
    <li><strong>1947-1950:</strong> David, Deborah, and Zakariyya are born</li>
    <li><strong>January 29, 1951:</strong> Henrietta complains of a "knot" in her stomach, is diagnosed with cervical cancer</li>
    <li><strong>October 4, 1951:</strong> Henrietta dies after the cancer metasticises to her entire body</li>
    <li> <strong> 1952:</strong> George Otto Gey, the first researcher to study Lacks' cells, discovered that they were able to divide without limits, thus making them "immortal"</li></ul>
 <br><br> <p> HeLa cells have been used for a vast amount of medical research. The Polio vaccine may not have been possible without the help of the cell strain. Cancer, AIDS, radiation poisoning, and gene-mapping research have all benefited as well. </p>
  <br><br><em><h3>"Henrietta Lacks, August 1, 1920 – October 4, 1951.
In loving memory of a phenomenal woman, wife and mother who touched the lives of many.
Here lies Henrietta Lacks (HeLa). Her immortal cells will continue to help mankind forever.
  Eternal Love and Admiration, From Your Family"</em></h3>
<center>  To learn more about HeLa cells, check out the <a href="">wikipedia page</a>.</center>



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