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In this book, Rebecca wants to tell the truth about the story of Henrietta Lacks during her medical process and the rights for Henrietta’s family after she died. The story started when Henrietta felt knots in her body. People around her said that maybe the knots were because she was pregnant. However, Henrietta never felt these knots before she was pregnant. After a week, she felt something was wrong with her body and she turned up pregnant with her fifth child.