Urgent Care Pharmacy - Fungal Meningitis

Urgent Care Pharmacy located in Spartanburg, South Carolina is suspected of producing a contaminated steroid pain injection that so far has caused three people to contract fungal meningitis, one of whom has died.

State and federal health authorities believe the injections may have been contaminated with the fungus, wangiella dermatitidis, during its production. The tainted drugs were then shipped to pain clinics in five states including North Carolina. The North Carolina clinics were located in Jacksonville, Pinehurst and Goldsboro.

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Last updated October 8 2012

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