This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Jon LaPook) The claim from doctors in Mississippi that a baby born with HIV virus has been cured of AIDS examined; details given about the 18-month treatment and the implications for developing countries. [University of Mississippi Medical Center Dr. Hannah GAY- explains her decision to use 3 anti-viral drugs.] [NY-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center Dr. Jonathan JACOBS- says this person has to be followed longer to know what the true effect was.] The implications for the treatment of adults discussed.
(Vatican City: Mark Phillips) The gathering of cardinals in Rome to begin the process of electing a new pope featured; scenes shown; details given about the efforts of Cardinals Christoph Schönborn and Marc Ouellet to raise their profiles. [Cardinal Francis GEORGE- comments on the wound from child abuse by a Catholic priest.]
(Arlington, Virginia: Chip Reid) The impact of the budget cuts on airline travel examined; details given about TSA’s plans to freeze hiring and cut overtime and the FAA’s plans to furlough air traffic controllers. [Homeland Security Secretary Janet NAPOLITANO – offers advice for travelers.] [At O’Hare Airport, National Air Traffic Controllers Assn. Dan CARRICO- comments on delays from fewer controllers.]
(Los Angeles: Ben Tracy) The investigation into the death of elderly Lorraine Bayless when a nurse at Glenwood Gardens retirement facility in Bakersfield, California refused to perform CPR examined; 911 call played; statement from the facility quoted. [Assisted Living Federation of America Maribeth BERSANI- states no care is provided in an independent living community.]
(Seffner, Florida: Manuel Bojorquez) The sinkhole in Florida that swallowed up Jeff Bush in his house featured; scenes shown from Seffner; animation shown of how sinkholes form. [Brother Jeremy BUSH- says his mom and dad are going through hell.] [Geologist Mark STEWART- warns it could open up again.]
(Henderson, Tennessee: Elaine Quijano) The inspiring Internet videos from 9-year-old Robby Novak, who has osteogenesis imperfecta, a disease that makes his bones brittle, featured; excerpts from this “Kid President” videos, including his conversation with President Obama, shown. [NOVAK –says he’s not that kid who breaks a lot but just a kid who wants to have fun; says it’s amazing that he’s making the world a better place.] [Brother-in-law Brad MONTAGUE- comments on Robby’s positive attitude.]