The Good, The Bad, and The Very, Very, Muckibusly Ugly...

The Good! The University of Mississippi Medical Center. A team of doctors at the school made history - when it was announced on Sunday - that for the first time ever they've "effectively cured" a child born with AIDS. The doctors immediately began treatment on the newborn - putting her on a cocktail of drugs at just 30 hours old. And the swift medical action appears to have worked - suggesting that if treated early enough - newborns can be cured of AIDS. Researchers believe this case offers enormous life-saving potential to many AIDS-plagued African nation where many babies are born with the disease. Way to go science.