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Dr. Oz meets with Aimee Copeland's family

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Aimee Copeland’s father met with Dr. Oz at the FOX 5 studios on Wednesday, July 11, 2012. Aimee Copeland’s father met with Dr. Oz at the FOX 5 studios on Wednesday, July 11, 2012.

Aimee Copeland continues to reach new milestones.

On Wednesday, Aimee was fitted with sockets for the prosthetics that will eventually replace the hands, leg, and foot she lost to flesh-eating bacteria. She contracted the bacteria after cutting her calf in a zip lining accident on May 1.

Aimee's family came to the FOX 5 studios on Wednesday, where we shared with the them the hundreds of well-wishes posted by visitors to our website.

Her father, Andy Copeland, sat down with Dr. Oz and FOX 5's Russ Spencer to talk about her long road and amazing spirit.

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