Page Six – The late Lacks’ son, Lawrence, has claimed Winfrey and HBO should cough up some cash for using his mother’s story.
But Winfrey — who executive produced and starred in “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks,” the story of how Lacks’ cervical cancer cells lead to a major scientific breakthrough — said that she’s not on the hook.
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