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HeLa cells have played a crucial role in major medical breakthroughs. But where did these cells come from? Dr. Oz sits down with Oprah and Rose Byrne, who star in a new film about Henrietta Lacks, the woman behind the famous HeLa cells.
Oprah Winfrey and Rose Byrne star as Deborah Lacks and Rebecca Skloot in the upcoming film The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. They open up about what they learned while making the movie.
Oprah reveals how she came to play Deborah Lacks in the new movie about Lacks’ mother, Henrietta.
Actress Rose Byrne discusses how she prepared to portray journalist Rebecca Skloot in the new film, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. Plus, Oprah shares one of Dr. Oz’s favorite lines from the movie.
Dr. Oz and actress Rose Byrne reveal how HeLa cells have affected us all and the enormous effect they have had on medicine and science. Then, Dr. Oz surprises Oprah and Byrne with an unexpected gift.
Dr. Oz presents Oprah and Rose Byrne with a vial of HeLa cells. Then, meet journalist Rebecca Skloot, who shares what it was like when Oprah first called her to discuss her book about Henrietta Lacks.
Journalist Rebecca Skloot discusses the misunderstandings that overwhelmed the Lacks family. Plus, Oprah shares Deborah Lacks’ last line in the book and movie, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks.
Oprah Winfrey talks about the power of Henrietta Lacks’ story and shares an anecdote from a recorded conversation between journalist Rebecca Skloot and Deborah Lacks, the daughter of Henrietta Lacks.
Interior designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent married four years ago and are now proud fathers of a baby girl, Poppy. They share how fatherhood has changed them.
Interior designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent reveal the motivation behind their new TV show Nate and Jeremiah By Design. Plus, Brent discusses why he loves aromatherapy.
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