- Chemotherapy drugs packaged in single-dose vials result in discarded drugs costing nearly $3 billion each year in the United States.
- UC Riverside employee diagnosed with meningitis, who is hospitalized and in isolation, may have put two dozen at high risk.
- Hoping to halt the meningitis B outbreak that has caused eight people to fall ill, Princeton University began administering the vaccine Bexsero, which is not yet approved in the U.S.
- A fourth case of meningitis was confirmed at University of California Santa Barbara. Sadly, one 18-year old stricken with the disease, Aaron Loy, had to have both his legs amputated.
Michigan's Deadly Fungal Meningitis Outbreak To Be Investigated Jointly By State And Federal AuthoritiesA criminal investigation into last year’s fungal meningitis outbreak that caused the death of 64 people continues, coordinated by Michigan and federal officials.
- Princeton University's meningitis B outbreak has prompted school officials to import Bexsero, a vaccine that has not yet been approved for use in the United States.
- Princeton University confirmed its seventh case of meningitis on Sunday in what has been a yearlong outbreak on the campus.
- New York City public health officials recommend that HIV-positive or non-monogamous men who have visited the city any time since September 2012 get vaccinated.
- The USDA is investigating how giant snails arrived in Harris County, Texas. Scientists warn that they may carry rat lungworms that cause eosinophilic meningitis.
- In a sweeping 30-year study, researchers found that youths who contracted bacterial meningitis had low high school completion rate and not economically self-sufficient as adults.
- The deadly fungal meningitis outbreak that killed 53 Americans, caused by steroid injections tainted with the fungus Exserohilum rostratum, will soon be investigated by a Michigan grand jury.
- A deadly outbreak of infections linked to tainted steroid injections is approaching 500 cases nearly two months after it began.