It was on May 1, 2012, when Aimee Copeland, a student from University of West Georgia, was out with her friends at Little Tallapoosa River. In an accident, the homemade zip line, which Copeland was holding snapped and Copeland suffered 22 stitches.
A report has revealed recently that Aimee Copeland, 24, who has spent almost two months getting treatment for her infection caused by a flesh-eating bacterium, is now not much far from her return to home from hospital.
Aimee Copeland, the brave strong woman from Georgia, still not lost hope even after losing her hands, left leg and right foot, all these miseries have been due to a flesh-eating disease.
Latest reports suggest that father of the woman stated that Aimee has refused to take any painkillers, especially morphine before a skin graft.
Aimee Copeland has spoken for the first time after losing her fingers and foot in an incident. Aimee was in news for quite a while now as she suffered from infection, in which bacteria eaten her flesh, at time when she fell from a homemade zip line at her homeland near a Georgia river.
It has be recently revealed in a report that the victim suffering from the infection of the flesh eating bacteria, in Georgia, is now becoming stable and her health is improving. The name of the woman is Aimee Copeland and she is 24- years -old. She has already had to give up both her hands and feet due to this horrible infection is now stable and can breathe on her own.
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