Months ago, before hundreds of people became infected with a black mold fungus called Exserohilum rostratum from contaminated steroid shots, only 33 human infections had ever been reported. And those were mostly eye or skin infections in people with weak immune systems. Exserohilium rostratum, commonly found in dirt and grasses, has never before been known to cause meningitis. Yet, floating in vials of steroid shots injected directly into the spine of people being treated for back or neck pain, the fungus can slowly grow. It sits quietly until enough accumulates for it to burrow a tiny hole, or abscess, into ... Read More
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