Rebecca Skloot's history, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, is based on Henrietta and her family. To be able to learn about the indescribable Henrietta Does not have, Skloot because of this, wrote this biography on her. Skloot wished to further her study about the Lacks family pertaining to their health, personal life, and ethnic concerns associated to the account. Henrietta and her family's knowledge about her cells and exactly how they were being utilized was the primary issue. Man rights that individuals had/have about their bodies and how they are used in medical exploration becomes the stories moral question. Also in wondering is competition. As stated available, " There's no way of understanding how Henrietta's treatment would have differed if she'd been white. According to Howard Williams, Henrietta got the same attention any white-colored patient would have; the biopsy, the radium treatment, and radiation were all standard for the dayвЂќ (Skloot, 64). There is a slight possibility that in the event that she was white she may have got acquired a few acknowledgement, at the time or after, for the impact of her cells that were delivered for additional study about cancer. Since this was in the 1950s, " The time of Sean Crow, вЂќ there were diverse outlooks of ethnicity than there are today (Skloot, 15). Christoph stated in the book, " When you find oil about somebody's house, it doesn't automatically belong to these people, but they do get a portion with the profitsвЂќ (Skloot, 267). Recognition that people really should have on different parts of their body, and how their very own body parts being used around the globe for additional research is also argued in the book.