Reports suggest that the University of West Georgia grad student who has been fighting for her life since contracting the flesh-eating bacterial infection, necrotizing fascititis, had previously been diagnosed with lupus. Today.com interviews Dr. Chaim Putterman about the link between the two diseases. http://bit.ly/KhD45t
The parents of Aimee Copeland, the 24-year-old Georgia woman whose leg was amputated after contracting flesh-eating bacteria, told TODAY Monday they are optimistic about their daughter’s recovery. The...
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