Atlanta woman fighting for life after developing flesh-eating bacteria
Aimee Copeland, 24, of Snellville, was kayaking in a creek in Carrollton, when she stopped to ride on a homemade zip line along the creek.
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#1 May 12, 2012
My friend had this problem on her leg. After they took a chunk out of her leg she started water exercises to get her strength back and was still trying to heal the spot. It was getting worse then the people started to put a little Clorox in the water. She said that she could tell immediately that it was getting better. With the help of the Clorox water she got over it and it was all gone. Clorox is supposed to kill all kinds of germs. It might be worth a try. Hope this makes you well.
#2 May 12, 2012
Please try Clorox water. It cured my friend of this problem.
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