Pharmacy Voluntarily Recalls Products After Meningitis Outbreak
RALEIGH, N.C.--The pharmacy at the center of the Meningitis outbreak blamed for seven deaths has issued a voluntary recall of its products.
The CDC says there are more than 90 confirmed cases in nine states, including two in North Carolina.
The victims contracted a rare form of Meningitis from steroid injections used to treat back pain.
Patsy Bivins says her first shot seemed like a godsend for her chronic pain. Only three health care facilities in North Carolina received the recalled steroids.
Those facilities are located in High Point, Durham and Wilson. A clinic in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina also received the drug.