Bacteria, Fungus Found in Pain Shots From TN

Source: PharmaManufacturing.com

Jun 10, 2013

NBCNews.com

The Food and Drug Administration has found bacteria and fungus in vials of pain shots made by a Tennessee pharmacy whose products have been linked to infections. The FDA said it found the contaminants in two sealed vials of steroids made by Main Street Family Pharmacy, which has recalled all its products nationwide after 24 people in Arkansas, Florida, Illinois and North Carolina developed abscesses at the sites where they got the injections. Read the full story.
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