Doctor in baby's HIV cure is rooted in faith & compassion
Faith and godly compassion are guiding principles in the life of Hannah Gay, the University of Mississippi Medical Center pediatrician at the forefront of the reported cure of HIV in a 2-year-old girl born with the disease in rural Mississippi.
Gay and her husband Paul served as Southern Baptist representatives in the Horn of Africa 25 years ago as HIV was taking root there, but Gay's interest in the disease is driven more by a desire to achieve the best for children, rather than a desire to find a cure, her husband told Baptist Press....
Ah, speaking of the BBC, they sure didn't say anything about this doctor's background in their story! (For comparison q.v., US HIV baby 'cured' by early drug treatment. Good show SA, showing there was another aspect to this story -- one completely ignored by the BBC -- and a very important one. I suspect because the word "Christian" came up?