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Message Subject 5 dead after outbreak of fungal meningitis tied to injections, UPDATE, 140 Texans
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A dozen people have been sickened and two have died after an outbreak of fungal meningitis tied to injections given at outpatient surgical centers in Tennessee and North Carolina, health officials said. At least 737 people who received lumbar epidural steroid injections between July 30 and Sept. 20 have been notified of the cluster of rare aspergillus meningitis infections

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So far, five people have died in this outbreak. Thirty are ill. Kentucky, right now, is lucky enough not to have any cases in the state. But from what WKYT is learning, the company that made the medications is licensed in all 50 states. There is a possibility we could soon find out about more infections.
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 Quoting: Goofy for God

How in the hell does a fungus found in soil and fecal matter make its way into a fucking vaccine? Sounds fishy.
 Quoting: SaveUSa

I dont know but I am beginning to wonder if we arent under an attack.Everything from West Nile to whooping cough to flesh eating,etc seems to be on steroids this year.Now this fungus from a steroid shot that has not reasonable way possible that it should be in an injection to start with.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25007691

This has been happening for decades. Notice the chemical poisoned foods, GMO's, tainted water, greyed out skies. This latest round of disease and infections is just another cycle to scare us and cause us to worry daily. They do this all the time and they have been for years. A few people are starting to ask questions, which is a good thing. Problem is most don't notice. They are too worried in making that fake colorful talisman.

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