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A Roanoke, Va. woman whose stolen cells changed modern medicine captures the national spotlight. Chances are you or a loved one benefit from a host of treatments developed from the cells of Henrietta Lacks. Our Washington Reporter Alana Austin has more on how the nation's art gallery is preserving the memory of the woman some call the 'mother of modern medicine'. "She was so young when she passed away, yet she continues to give," said Dorothy Moss, curator of painting and sculpture at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery. Henrietta Lacks - left out of the history... [Read More]