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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Andy Copeland
A Georgia woman diagnosed with a rare, flesh-eating disease left the hospital Monday after nearly two months and headed to an inpatient rehabilitation clinic, where she'll learn to move with the aid of a wheelchair after having her left leg, right foot and both hands amputated.
A Georgia woman diagnosed with a rare, flesh-eating disease will soon leave the hospital where doctors gave her little chance of surviving when she was admitted nearly two months ago, her father said Tuesday.
Doctors have once again upgraded the condition of a Georgia woman battling a flesh-eating disease.
A Georgia woman battling a flesh-eating disease is slowly improving and her father said Tuesday she should be out of intensive care soon.
A witness says a naked man chewing on the face of another naked man on a downtown highway ramp kept eating and growled at a police officer who tried to make him stop.
A young Georgia woman battling a flesh-eating disease could hardly believe it when she was able to speak Sunday for the first time since she was taken to an Augusta hospital more than three weeks ago, her father said Monday.
A Georgia graduate student fighting a rare flesh-eating infection has been looking at her ravaged hands and asking about the damage, all without tears, her father said Wednesday.
A Georgia woman fighting a rare flesh-eating disease is alert and bored enough to ask her family for a book.
The parents of a young Georgia woman battling a flesh-eating bacterial infection said Monday they've learned to read lips and are communicating with their daughter despite a breathing tube in her throat.
It was a bittersweet farewell for Copeland, said her father Andy Copeland in an interview with the Associated Press.
"She's real excited about leaving," Copeland's father, Andy Copeland, told The Associated Press on Tuesday. "She just wants a change of venue."