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**FILE** Aimee Copeland (left) poses June 23, 2012, with her parents, Andy and Donna Copeland, outside Doctors Hospital in Augusta, Ga. Aimee Copeland had her left leg, right foot and both hands amputated after she was diagnosed with a rare, flesh-eating disease. (Associated Press/Copeland Family)
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**FILE** Aimee Copeland (left) poses June 23, 2012, with her parents, Andy and Donna Copeland, outside Doctors Hospital in Augusta, Ga. Aimee Copeland had her left leg, right foot and both hands amputated after she was diagnosed with a rare, flesh-eating disease. (Associated Press/Copeland Family)

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