Twelve more people are confirmed to be infected with fungal meningitis after receiving steroid injections produced at a Framingham pharmacy, bringing the total number of cases to 294. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported no new deaths when it updated its infection report Monday. Twenty-three people have died after receiving steroid injections made at the New England Compounding Center. Three joint infections have also been tied to the steroids, which are used to treat back and joint pain.
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