Argentine president in stable condition after undergoing treatment for bacterial infection of the colon. Julie Noce reports.
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez is in stable condition after being hospitalized for a bacterial infection of the colon. A government statement says Fernandez is undergoing tests and is being treated with antibiotics. The sixty-one-year-old, two-term president had an operation last year to remove blood that had pooled on her brain. Since then, she's resumed a full schedule but took several days off last month with a sore throat.