Physician Who Discovered ‘Functional’ Cure for HIV Infected Infant is Back at Work 

Produced by Jim Albritton | The discovery of a functional cure for an HIV infected infant thrust pediatric HIV specialist Dr. Hannah Gay into an international spotlight she never sought. After a week of news conferences, TV studios and countless interviews, she’s thrilled to be back, treating patients at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. | http://umc.edu | http://facebook.com/newsocracy

BREAKING NEWS | Santa Institute News Conference Reveals Mysteries of Santa Clause

Produced by Jim Albritton | We interrupt your regular programming for breaking news from the prestigious Santa Institute at Batson Children’s Hospital in Jackson, Mississippi. A hastily arranged press conference promises to deliver startling news about a Kris Kringle, apparently the assumed name of one Santa Claus. A team of researchers are set to reveal the science of Santa. | http://childrenshospital.umc.edu

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Walk and Roll Raises $50,000 for Neuroscience Research

Produced by Jim Albritton | The second annual Walk and Roll on Methodist Rehabilitation Center’s east campus in Flowood benefits the Wilson Research Foundation which funds neuorscience research at the Jackson, Mississippi hospital. This year’s event raised $50,000 to fund brain injury, spinal cord injury and stroke research. For more information, go to http://wilsonresearchfoundation.

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Walk and Roll | April 2 | Register Now

The second annual Walk and Roll, a fund raiser for the Wilson Research Foundation, is set for Saturday, April 2, at 10 a.m. on Methodist Rehabilitation Center’s east campus in Flowood. The event raises money for neuroscience research at Methodist Rehabilitation Center and celebrates the accomplishments and abilities regained by brain injury, spinal cord injury and stroke patients treated at the Jackson hospital. For more information or to register online, go to http://wilsonfoundation.org or call 601.364.3598.

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Scanning Santa | The Santa Institute

Members of the Santa Institute at the Blair E. Batson Hospital for Children at the University of Mississippi Medical Center—the medical and research team that support Kris Kringle—held their annual press conference. They explained to Jackson school children how Santa visits so many houses in one night, how his reindeer fly and why it’s important to leave healthy snacks and not too many cookies for Santa. To learn more about the Santa Institute, watch the SI Mockumentary ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuXWW5PmvNs ) and the SI Newsreel ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSYy0MdygJA ).