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Aimee Copeland, the woman who lost her hands, one leg and her other foot to flesh-eating bacteria after a zip-line accident last year, spoke with WXIA.com and "Today" about her new bionic hands, which are helping her return to a normal life. Copeland, 24, is in the process of learning to use two state-of-the art prosthetic hands called iLimbs. A fast learner, she has the basics down and says she is looking forward to using them for more advanced tasks like driving, according to WXIA.
Originally posted by TinkerHaus
Good for her!
I think it's sad how the video portrays her though.. "Amy can brush her hair, fold a towel, scrub a toilet.."
I mean, those things are important things to be able to do, but it seemed kind of sexist to me. That's right, I'm a beer swillin' male feminazi. Apparently.