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Kolbi Brown (left), a program manager at Harlem Hospital in New York, helps Karen Phillips sign up to receive more information about the All of Us medical research program, during a block party outside the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem. Elias Williams for NPR hide caption

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Troubling History In Medical Research Still Fresh For Black Americans

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Henrietta Lacks and her husband, David, in 1945. Courtesy of the Lacks family hide caption

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Morning Edition talks with NIH's Dr. Francis Collins

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