Seventy-five Massachusetts doctors, hospital facilities, eye clinics, and rehabilitation centers received drugs in recent months produced by the New England Compounding Center, the Framingham pharmacy under investigation for producing tainted injections linked to nearly 300 cases of fungal meningitis nationally and 23 deaths. None of the Massachusetts facilities is thought to have received the injectable steroid, methylprednisolone acetate, that apparently caused the infections, and federal officials have said there is no clear link between infections and other company products.
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