Just one year ago, Megan Wallent's co-workers at Microsoft knew her as Michael. Then, in an e-mail sent to his entire staff, he announced that he no longer considered himself a male. The long-time executive, in charge of the Internet Explorer division for Microsoft, underwent major feminization surgery and legally changed his gender. Wallent's wife, like his co-workers, had no idea that this guy's guy was conflicted about his gender identity.
DEBATE RAGES ANEW ON VACCINE-AUTISM LINK
In a landmark decision, the U.S. government decided to compensate a family claiming links between their 9-year-old daughter's autistic-like behavior and vaccines she received as a child. The congressionally funded ''vaccine court'' conceded that the vaccine aggravated a pre-existing condition in the girl. But Dr. Julie Gerberding, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, emphasized that the concession should not be interpreted to mean that vaccines cause autism.
Correspondent: John Donvan Airdate: 3/6/2008
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