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Fungal Meningitis Related to Contaminated Steroid Injections

According to recent reports released by the Centers for Disease Control, there have been as many as 184 cases in (12) different states of fungal meningitis, all related to contaminated steroid injections.  Steroid injections are frequently used to ease chronic pain in the spine and are a mainstay in the regime of treatment options available to pain management doctors and other specialists.

If you have contracted meningitis as a result of a steroid injection, feel free to contact the Pensacola injury attorneys at Whibbs Stone Barnett.  Our attorneys have handled injection contamination cases and are glad to talk with you about your options at no cost for an initial consultation.


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