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Aimee Copeland was not expected to survive after contracting a rare flesh-eating bacteria last year, but she is now doing well and helping to inspire others. “Regardless of what happens to you, regardless of the circumstances in your life, there's always so much joy out there, and you just got to find it,” Copeland said. NBC’s Michelle Franzen reports.