Dr Oz April 20 2017 Recap
Oprah was thrilled to join Dr Oz to share the incredible story of Henrietta Lacks, the woman after woman HeLa cells were named. They were also joined by actress Rose Byrn and Rebecca Skloot the author of “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks,” the book that inspired the movie. They spoke in great lengths about the woman who changed the face of medicine.
Then, Dr Oz sat down with Nate Berkus and his husband Jeremiah Brent to find out more about their baby and their number one design secret.
Dr Oz & Oprah: The Immortal Life Of Henrietta Lacks + HeLa Cells
Dr Oz began his conversation with Oprah and actress Rose Byrn about the story of Henrietta Lacks and why they made it their mission to transform a book into a movie on HBO.
Dr Oz: Rose Byrn & Oprah Play Deborah & Henrietta Lacks
Dr Oz then continued his conversation with Oprah and Rose Byrn about what it was like for them to play Deborah Lacks and Rebecca Skloot, respectively.
Dr Oz: What Are HeLa Cells? Why Are They Called HeLa Cells?
Do you know what HeLa cells are? If you’re not involved in the medical community, there’s a good chance you don’t. That’s exactly what Oprah is hoping to change with her latest movie. Thanks to the book written by Rebecca Skloot, Oprah and actress Rose Byrn have brought to life the store of Henrietta Lacks, the woman after whom the cells were named.
Dr Oz: Henrietta Lacks’ HeLa Cells & Racist Intent Around It
There’s so many layers to Henrietta Lacks’ story including racism, which is why Dr Oz wanted to ask some tough questions to find out the truth about the treatment of the Lacks family.
Dr Oz: Deborah Lacks Audio & Video Tapes On Henrietta Lacks
Dr Oz then spoke to Rebecca Skloot, Oprah, and Rose Byrn about how Deborah Lacks, Henrietta Lacks and their family changed their lives forever, while looking back on moments that touched them individually.
Dr Oz: Nate Berkus & Jeremiah Brent’s #1 Secret Design Tip
Nate Berkus and his husband Jeremiah Brent then spoke with Dr Oz about fatherhood before sharing their number one design tip that could change that way you feel about your home.