I have to say that I am disappointed by the respect shown to the Lack's family. Many people profited of Henrietta's cells and no respects have been payed to the family, no finical aid for the harassment they endured. That is just wrong. I find it touching that someone cared enough to dig for years to find the truth about Henrietta, especially with no reward or anything else. I also like that we learned about Henrietta's life not just her cells. She was a tough women, many people would complain about cancer or the treatment, yet she was extraordinary enough to endure all this and keep loving her children to the end. I find it extraordinary that one women's cells changed the face of medicine. Even more extraordinary that this was the one women's cells who would be immortal. We need to be thankful for all the cures that HeLa cells allowed us to discover and even more thankful that she died because of the cells that have saved lives. I have to say the most touching part of the story was either on page 66 were George Gey supposedly visited Henrietta and told her that her cells would help save lives, that or pages 83 & 84 where Emmett Lacks and his friends visited Henrietta in the hospital to donate blood and it describes how Henrettia helped them when they first showed up in the city.