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Meningitis Causes Second Death In Indiana

Indiana has recorded 27 cases of meningitis caused by a tainted spinal steroid.

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A microscopic view of coccidiodes meningitis.

A second person has died from fungal meningitis in Indiana. The CDC reports Indiana now has 27 cases.

The state‘s cases involve patients at six Indiana facilities that received a steroid recalled by a Massachusetts specialty pharmacy. The clinics are located in Terre Haute, Elkhart, South Bend. Ft. Wayne and Columbus.

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