Aimee Copeland Leaves Hospital After Battling Flesh-Eating Disease

Aimee Copeland, the Georgia grad student who lost her left leg, right foot and hands to flesh-eating disease, has left the Augusta hospital that saved her life. It's been two months since Copeland cut open her calf in a fall from a homemade zip line near the Little Tallapoosa River, inviting the deadly infection that landed her in critical condition. Now, after a touch-and-go recovery, the 24-year-old sets her sights on rehabilitation. "She's a very determined young lady," Copeland's father,...Full Story
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