The use of early and intense treatment could be a paradigm change in HIV/AIDS treatment in children in the developing world, where mothers are usually treated during pregnancy to lower the chance of moving the virus on to the child. In those circumstances you don’t aggressively treat the infant. You wait around about six weeks [after birth] until you can definitively demonstrate that the infant is infected and you treat them. Unfortunately, if the infant is infected, after that that may have provided the virus a period of time to establish itself. Fauci described that the Mississippi case could lead to a shift treatment plans and added that, we will have to start looking at the relative risk versus the benefit of doing it this way. .. Child apparently cured of HIV: What exactly are the implications? A baby born with the virus that triggers AIDS in Mississippi appears to have been cured, as scientists declared Sunday that the two-and-a-half-year-old child shows no signs of infection after being off medication for a year.‘It’s really a bitter substance. So if you are going to try to make it even more consumable for the masses, then you are going to want to try to consider that edge off whichever method you can,’ said Chris Harrison, chief illicit laboratory chemist at the Arkansas laboratory. This is just an evolution. They’ve saturated the large users, they are moving onto some other people now,’ he said. The latest meth cut, referred to as ‘Strawberry Quick,’ uses powdered drink mix to provide the medication a pink coloring. The sweetness of the powder can make meth more palatable and partially masks its severe chemical taste. The new cut provides been the focus of several police bulletins in western claims.