On Tuesday, April 20 Oprah Winfrey joins Dr. Oz to share the riveting, untold story behind the immortal cells of Henrietta Lacks. Her cells, more commonly known as HeLa cells, have changed medicine forever because they have continued to reproduce since her death over 65 years ago. Video credit: ZoCo Productions, LLC.
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  • nosey rosy

    oprah is so amazing , i hope she live forever , god is so amazing , he knew to make a creature like her , he knew she would not abuse her riches . the bible said it will be easier for a elephant to go through the eye of a needle than a rich man to go to heaven , i believe oprah is that small percent , she is so nice , and kind . she has helped millions live a better life