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The Immortal Life of hennrietta lacks

Medical Ethics & English Argumentative Research Essay: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks REQUIREMENTS: • MLA format • 3-5 pages (does not include Works Cited) • 5 or more sources o 1 source must be The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks o 2 sources must come from Medical Ethics course content (case studies, videos, articles, etc.) o 2+ other sources may come from articles provided in class(English/Medical Ethics) or independent research • Works Cited page • Due to English & Medical Ethics on: 4/16 PROMPTS: 1. Wrong Doing: When human subjects are used to advance medical science, what types of ethical issues can emerge? (Was Henrietta Lacks wronged? If yes, specifically how? If no, justify Jones, Telinde, and Gey’s actions and the subsequent actions of biomedical researchers.) The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks Tuskegee Syphilis Study The Eye of the Beholder Chapter 9 of Medical Ethics: Research on Human Subjects History of Eugenics Movement Nazi Experimentation Zimbardo’s Psychology of Evil No Mas Bebes (Spanish III) 2. Compensation: How can the restorative justice process be used to compensate victims and/or their families? (Is the Lacks family owed anything? If so, by whom, whether in the form of a share of profits or damages?) The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks Nazi Experimentation Tuskegee Syphilis Study Ethical Abuses Research Eugenics Movement Memorial/Monument Information 3. Legacy/Implications- During a pandemic that is being treated by mass vaccinations, many people may choose to not participate based on the mistrust that was developed as a result of past medical abuses. How should these historical issues be addressed to restore the credibility/trust in the medical industry? The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks Nazi Experimentation Tuskegee Syphilis Study Ethical Abuses Research/Articles from English/Med Ethics Eugenics Movement No Mas Bebes Medical Abuses Essay Outline Introductory paragraph Hook(do not use a rhetorical question): Begin with an intriguing fact or statistic that makes your reader interested in what you are presenting. About: What are you going to be presenting? What does your reader need to know about the topic or subjects mentioned in this essay in order to understand what you are presenting? Thesis statement/claim: What are you going to prove? See prompts on assignment-choose one to prove(must be the final sentence in your intro paragraph). Body paragraph: You can use as many body paragraphs as you need to prove your thesis/claim. Format for body paragraph: (TS)Topic sentence: what material/topic are you going to cover in this paragraph? CD: introduce and include a quote or textual evidence(cite this MLA style) CM: Include two sentences of commentary for each piece of textual evidence. This must be in your own original words and explain why the quote or CD is relevant to your claim. CM: See above CD: CM: CM: CS: concluding statement to transition/link to the next body paragraph Repeat above for all body paragraphs Conclusion: Summarize your best points and leave your reader thinking about future implications if steps aren’t taken to resolve whatever issue you presented in the essay. Template: Intro Hook: About: Thesis/Claim: BP#1, 2, 3, 4, etc… TS: CD: CM: CM: CD: CM: CM: CS: Conclusion: