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MHS 205W: Medicine and Literature

In today’s capitalistic society, the market has become a guiding principle in so many areas of our lives, including health care, that it is naïve to conclude our actions are not motivated by valuable gain. Although we do altruistic things, we usually expect compensation. Just as the ‘do-gooder’ who donates to Goodwill expects to claim a tax deduction, the supporter who donates blood to the American Red Cross expects to receive free food and a T-shirt. Scientific research relies heavily on patient donations in order to gain insight into common health care strategies and to study disparate medical conditions; yet, a large amount of controversy exists regarding patient compensation. The most famous case regarding this controversy concerns Henrietta Lacks, a patient whose cancerous cells, taken without consent, became a worldwide tool for scientific research, and led way for Biotech companies to earn billions while Henrietta and her family received nothing. In The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, the author Rebecca Skloot investigates Henrietta’s case, and includes asides of other research patients’ experiences regarding compensation. With consent now as convention, a relevant question arises in Skloot’s text: Should the research enterprise compensate patients who donate tissues for research, both in and outside of the course of medical care? This question demands reverent reflection, as the response will likely set a precedent for years to come. In order to examine whether patients in the course of medical care should receive compensation for tissue donations to research, we can turn to Skloot’s aside on John Moore. While undergoing treatment for spleen cancer, Moore’s physician found that his patient’s spleen cells were splendidly unique. In Skloot’s text, Moore states that his physician "offered to pay for the plane tickets…...

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