Project Description

Incidents of a rare strain of fungal meningitis and other related infections continue to mount, with at least 363 cases and 28 deaths in 19 states linked to contaminated steroid injections supplied by the New England Compounding Center (NECC), in Framingham, Massachusetts. Casting doubt on the overall safety of U.S. drugs, the facility has since recalled all of its products and been stripped of its pharmacy license.

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