While most of todays textbooks and college course don't discuss it or only mention it as a footnote in history. However, the facts is that medical science as we know it today took a huge leap forward thanks to Henrietta Lacks death. Would teaching that the cells of a woman from a race consider at the time "sub-human" be a contradiction in medical science? Does not including the contributions of the Hela Cell to thousands of global advancements in medicine make it incomplete?
This website was created to start a conversation about real truth and how to avoid teaching incomplete narratives about all disciplines. But most importantly to hold every legitimate learning institution that engages in teaching accountable to teach a complete curriculum to the public!