This program is 29 minutes long
(Bakersfield, California: Miguel Almaguer) The death of Lorraine Bayless when a staff member at a senior living center in Bakersfield, California refused to perform CPR examined; 911 call played; statements from Glenwood Gardens executive director Jeffrey Toomer and Bayless’s daughter Pam Bradford quoted. [Georgetown University Medical Center Dr. Kevin DONOVAN- says Good Samaritan laws allow people to help in a medical emergency without fear of legal jeopardy.]
(Studio: Brian Williams, Nancy Snyderman) This story and the need to research types of senior living facilities discussed.
(Studio: Nancy Snyderman) The case of a Mississippi baby who may have been cured of HIV/AIDS reviewed; details given about the early, aggressive treatment. [University of Mississippi Medical Center Dr. Hannah GAY- says this is the first case where infection has been documented and then lost.] [National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony FAUCI- says it is conceivable there is virus hidden away in that child.] The implications for the developing world noted.
(New York: Chuck Todd) The views of former Governor Jeb Bush on immigration, the problems with the Republican Party and a possible presidential run in 2016 reviewed; details given about his new book “Immigration Wars.” [BUSH – wonders about former presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s inability to reach minority voters; comments on the Republican problem of being against things; calls for comprehensive immigration reform; notes the need to talk about positive things to have a chance to win a general election.]
(Pakistan and Studio: Amna Nawaz) Military and rebuilding operations in Waziristan featured; scenes shown of the rugged terrain from where Taliban and Al Qaeda militants launch attacks into Pakistan and Afghanistan; details given about Pakistan’s push to stop US drone strikes. [Pakistan Army Maj. Gen. Ali ABBAS- says north Waziristan is very complex.] [Pakistan Army Maj. Gen. Ahmed Mahmood HAYAT- speaks against the drone strikes.]
(New Rochelle, New York: Ron Allen) The amazing shot by New Rochelle High School basketball player Khalil Edney to win the game reviewed; scenes shown of the last-second shot; details given about Edney’s role on the football team and his mother’s death from cancer. [Coach Rasaun YOUNG- comments.] [EDNEY – comments on his mother as an angel.]