Queen Elizabeth Hospitalized With Stomach Virus

Dr. Richard Besser discusses the queen's recent stay at the hospital.
1:26 | 03/04/13

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Let's get more from dr. Richard besser. And, you know, the queen is very healthy. They're taking no precautions at all. Most of us get over this quickly. But with the elderly or very young, you worry about dehydration. You bring them in and give them i.V. Fluids. A little baby may have been cured of the aids virus? We're hearing that overnight? This is an amazing story. A baby born prematurely to a mom who had no care during pregnancy. They tested the baby at 30 hours of age and found the baby was hiv infected. Instead of putting the bay beau on the normal drugs, they used treatment level doses and did that for about a year and half. And then the baby was lost to care. Mom didn't come back. Just stopped coming? Just stopped coming. Found the baby five months larkts tested the baby, not one sign of hiv. Only one cure ever recorded for hiv. A german man with a bone marrow transplant. If this approach works, the high-dose treatment at the time of birth, it could revolutionize what's being done. They'll test other babies, try this approach, see if it works. Let's go josh with the rest of the morn's headlines. We begin at the vatican.

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