Stump, Stump discusses the happenings of Henrietta’s death day, specifically the divulgence of HeLa cells to the world (pars 1-2). Stump notes that at the time, there was no breach in patient rights because laws concerning that didn’t even exist in that time. Stump goes on to draw attention to two concerns of HeLa cells. The attempt of one researcher to remove Henrietta Lacks’ name completely by attributing the HeLa cells to a fictitious woman named Helen Lane, as well as the violation of Henrietta Lacks’ right to informed consent (par 3). Which brings us to our first issue.
My response essay will come from the essay who a girl was involved called Sandra Cisneros, the daughter of a Mexico-American mother and a Mexico father. A daughter whose father didn’t believe in whatever she did. No matter how Sandra tried her best to impress her father, Sandra’s father didn’t believe her because of the tradition that lasted for years that, girls can’t do stuff that will catch an eye from the society. Anna was not allowed to play with her brothers in public, and also, not only she wasn’t allowed to go to school, but also, she wasn’t allowed to expand her talent of drawing. It’s the same with my relatives from my mother’s side.
The doctors used the cells to discover cures for diseases and made a bunch of money. The issue was that her family never found out and never got any money from their mother's cells. Finally, her family found out about this 20 years later. Those doctors secretly profited for 20 years before Henrietta’s family found out. Some people would argue that Phineas Gage faced the worst.
Ever since the women on The Real Housewives of Orange County started saying that Brooks Ayers doesn 't really have cancer everyone has wondered why Vicki Gunvalson has been quiet about it all. Vicki and Brooks were still together at first, but now they have split and she is still not sharing her thoughts on the cancer scandal or Brooks. Radar Online shared that Vicki Gunvalson actually can 't talk bad about Brooks or share her thoughts due to a legal contract that the two signed when they first started dating. This contract also protected Vicki from Brooks talking bad about her. An insider actually shared about the document that Vicki and Brooks signed when they started dating.
Though in the trial he stated as if he didn’t care. Due to medical professionals’ ignorance and medical error, Tomcik lost her right breast, because her cancer grew over time and nothing was done to prevent it. Second action was done wrong by the nurse who couldn’t complete the examination since she didn’t have the required measuring device. A nurse whose job is to take care of patients should have shown more effort and talked to the authorities to get the right tools. A lump has to be taken very seriously if it’s felted anywhere in body special breasts.
When Fanny Trollope stepped on American soil, women were 100 years from their right to vote, forced to stay within their strict gender roles by their controlling husbands, and were forbidden to pursue an education or a professional career. Compared with Trollope’s familiar British society, America was far behind regarding their equality of women. Trollope came to America, without her husband, and with most of her children, an extreme feat in the eyes of Americans back in the 1820’s. She advocated for education, self-sufficiency, and occupation. Trollope saw through the “new free democracy” facade and noted in “Domestic Manners of the Americans,” that women were not in mind when the framers wrote the constitution, and that they played a subordinate,
They were forced to be pregnant for experiment use only. The scientists wanted to see if the transfer of diseases happened between mother to fetus or child during the pregnancy, typically syphilis. This was a stated reason for torture. Fetal survival and damage to the mother 's reproductive organs were the objects of interest. Even though there was a large amount of babies born in Unit 731, there is no account of any survivors from the facility, children included.
Her Original diagnostic was wrong, she later found out she only had six months to live. Doctors recommended brain radiation to avoid the pain and the likely hood it will increase her chances of death. She refused to let her family watch her die in a painful way. Maynard took the tough decision and “started researching death with dignity. It is an end-of-life option for mentally competent, terminally ill patients with a prognosis of six months or less to live” (1).
They had an extremely fixed idea of the situation and until she admits her guilt and cooperates with their plan, she won 't be set free for years. Worse, they even mentioned death penalty. She was allowed to make one phone call, but she was forbidden to tell anybody what 's truly happening to her. From Saberi 's lack of reaction and cooperation, they
The children that have been victims of abortion however, never got the chance to do the things Tom Robinson did. Due to their Parents own wants “According to the Guttmacher Institute, an estimated fifty-six million induced abortions were performed worldwide from 2010 to 2014”, which is millions of lives that could have made a difference in the world, now gone because their parents believed they either made a mistake, or do not want to go through the discomfort of pregnancy(“Abortion”). The argument “My body, my choice” is one that is made regularly on the “Pro-Choice” side of the abortion argument. The truth is, it really is not just their body, it is also the body of another person that has the potential to make a great life. The life of another person truly does not matter to these people.