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PBS NewsHour | Tainted Steroid Drugs Caused Deadly Meningitis Outbreak | PBS

Duration: 09:50
Program: PBS NewsHour #10470
Broadcast Date: Oct. 8, 2012

More than 100 cases of a rare form of meningitis have been traced to a tainted batch of steroid injections. Jeffrey Brown talks to Dr. John Jernigan of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for more on the investigation, and to Boston University's Kevin Outterson on the difficulties for the FDA to prevent outbreaks.

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Post Date: October 8, 2012