Everyone by now has heard about Aimee Copeland, the 24 year old psychology student from the University of West Virginia who suffered a deep gash leg wound upon falling into the Little Tallapoosa River. On May 1st she arrived to a local emergency room in Carrollton who reportedly closed the wound with dozens of staples.
By May 4th Aimee contracted an infection known to the world as flesh eating disease, but did she contract this disease from the salt water lake or dirty utensils and conditions at the local hospital? How do we know if hospitals aren’t growing microbes of diseases in petri dishes and infecting patients to rob them of them insurance for contrived medical conditions.
The medical industry has so many scams that permit doctors to literally induce sickness and reap the benefits of victim’s insurance. Aimee could have contracted the infection from the waters, but it is just befitting to question if such a scam is possible in the medical field. After all, Aimee contracted the flesh eating infection post medical attention. We are glad Aimee is doing well.