Flesh-eating germ rare, especially for the healthy
Master's Student Continues 'Miraculous' Fight Against Flesh-Eating Bacteria This is flesh-eating bacteria, magnified a lot. And the type of bacteria attacking 24-year-old Aimee Copeland's body, Aeromonas hydrophila, is "remarkably common."
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Over the weekend, there was some more encouraging news for the victim of a flesh-eating bacteria.
This afternoon brings us news of Aimee Copeland, a grad student from Georgia who is battling a life-threatening flesh-eating bacteria
This image provided by UTMB-Galveston shows a scanning electron microscopic image of WT (wild type) Aeromonas hydrophila strain SSU, the bacteria responsible for the flesh-eating disease that is usually caused by a strep germ.