I still haven't finished the books from my summer reading I started but I finished this one - the Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot. I actually really enjoyed this book. Who knew it was that into science? I think it was the mix of science + history that hooked me in. Just a little background it's a book about HeLa cells and Henrietta Lacks who they came from as well as her family and their quest to find her and honor her.
I'm not sure how I feel about tissue and cell research/regulation after reading this book but it certainly does make you think. Especially when someone's cells 50+ years after her death are found in most labs, and have grossed billions of dollars for pharm/research/treatments but that her family is so poor they don't have health insurance. Anyhow I definitely recommend this one I read it three days (me slow reader here).