6 / 8

This undated photo provided by the family shows Aimee Copeland, second from right, the 24-year-old Georgia graduate student fighting to survive a flesh-eating bacterial infection that forced doctors to amputate most of her left leg. They warned she would likely lose her other foot and both hands. (AP Photo/Copeland Family)

This undated photo provided by the family shows Aimee Copeland, second from right, the 24-year-old Georgia graduate student fighting to survive a flesh-eating bacterial infection that forced doctors to amputate most of her left leg. They warned she would likely lose her other foot and both hands. (AP Photo/Copeland Family)

Flesh-eating bacteria victim Aimee Copeland

A 24-year-old Georgia woman who survived a rare, flesh-eating disease is back home after more than three months in the hospital and a rehabilitation clinic. (Aug. 23)