A contaminated batch of injectable steroids is already responsible for 91 cases of a non-contagious meningitis nationwide, however it doesn't mean you should be in fear when you see your physician reach for the syringe.
There are no cases in New Jersey at this point, but the State Department of Health is working with the Centers for Disease Control and other states on a fungal meningitis outbreak among patients who received epidural steroid injections.
New Jersey health officials have identified six facilities in the state which they say received the steroid medication being investigated in a fungal meningitis outbreak that has claimed four lives in other states.
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