Images: Ga. Pupil fights to survive flesh-eating bacterial infection She’s real worked up about leaving, Copeland’s dad, Andy Copeland, told the Associated Press on Tuesday. She simply wants a change of venue. Copeland was diagnosed with a uncommon case of necrotizing fasciitis following a May 1 incident in which Aeromonas hydrophila bacteria – found in warm brackish waters – invaded a deep slice she suffered after falling from a damaged zip-series along the Tallapoosa River. Typically necrotizing fasciitis is usually caused by Strep bacteria. The bacterial infection emits toxins that cut off blood flow to parts of the body. It could destroy muscle, skin and fat tissue. Copeland had to have her left leg, right foot and both hands amputated. Copeland’s speedy recovery offers defied doctors’ initial prognosis.Online on November 7 Abstracts from the meeting will be available, 2011 conference. With this trial completely enrolled and all patients evaluable, data showed a continuing improvement as time passes in the anti-leukemic activity and response rates among sufferers with chronic-phase CML treated with ponatinib. Further, there were no treatment discontinuations or loss of a significant cytogenetic response among chronic-phase individuals in the study since the prior data upgrade on the trial in December, 2010. At the proper time of the most recent analysis, the period of response to ponatinib ranged from 58 to 820 days .