The US Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday night posted a corrected list of more than 3,000 New England Compounding Company customers that purchased products other than the suspected lots of injectable steroids blamed for a nationwide fungal meningitis outbreak. Among them were 215 Massachusetts doctors and health centers, including most of the state’s hospitals. The agency has said there is no clear link between other products and the infections but it has asked providers to alert patients out of “an abundance of caution.”
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