The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks puts forward the question of whether it is
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks puts forward the question of whether it is right to do something that negatively impacts an individual in order to benefit society as a whole. Cite the arguments that the Lacks family used to justify their opposition to the use of her cells for research and then discuss whether or not these objections are reasonable or not. To what extent should an individual's rights be considered when making these decisions? The above question is for my assignment. At the end of the assignment make sure to write your question as well (the example is in the attached files) I have attached two files here which have more than 50% of plagiarism. I would like to re-write this by combing two files into one with 0% of plagiarism.

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