Bobby Rice, who made medical history when stem cells were used to help regrow part of his foot lost to a flesh-eating bacteria, died Aug. 8 in Chattanooga.
Bobby Rice, who made medical history when stem cells were used to help regrow part of his foot lost to a flesh-eating bacteria, died Aug. 8 in Chattanooga.
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published Saturday, August 17th, 2013
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Two years ago, when Bobby Rice was battling flesh-eating bacteria and a 103-degree fever, he saw a vision of his mother standing before him.

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