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FDA finds bacteria, fungi in 2 other NECC steroids
The FDA added to its list of contaminated medicines after discovering fungal growth and bacteria in New England Compounding Center's steroids betamethasone and triamcinolone, which have not been tied to the recent meningitis outbreak. The CDC is not aware "of infections among patients that can be definitively linked to exposure to these drugs," CDC spokesman Curtis Allen said.  The Tennessean (Nashville) (tiered subscription model) (11/22)