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Georgia student likely to lose fingers to flesh-eating infection

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May 13, 2012

ATLANTA (Reuters) - A Georgia college student who has already lost a leg to a rare, flesh-eating bacterial infection is now expected to suffer the loss of her fingers too, her father said. Aimee Copeland, 24, was kayaking and zip-lining along the Little Tallapoosa River near Carrollton, Georgia, on May 1 when the line broke and she sustained a cut to her calf. Emergency room doctors closed the wound with 22 staples and released Copeland, a... full story

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