Flesh Eating Bacteria Patient: Aimee Copeland ‘Laughed and Smiled’, Says Father

Aimee Copeland

A flesh-eating bacteria named Aeromonas hydrophila has caused Aimee Copeland to lose her leg and possibly her fingers as she contracted a rare disease called Necrotizing Fasciitis. Aimee Copeland, a 24-year old master’s student at the University of West Georgia, was riding a homemade zip line near the Little Tallapoosa River on May 1, 2012 when the More...

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Nanofiber made of Protein as cure of Alzheimer’s disease

Creating nanofibers made of proteins is a new method developed by researchers at NYU-Poly (Polytechnic Institute of New York University). This breakthrough promises to greatly improve drug delivery methods for the More...