Senate lawmakers are pushing ahead with a bill that would bring new federal oversight to large specialty pharmacies like the one that triggered a deadly meningitis outbreak last year. Full story
The Cycle hosts highlight Steve Kornacki's moments of paranoia over the course of the show. For example, "is it the flu or is it spiral meningitis?"
Friends of Kalamzoo College sophomore Emily Stillman hold a memorial to honor the student who died after being diagnosed with bacterial meningitis. WOOD’s Ryan Takeo
The man in charge of the specialty pharmacy tied to the deadly meningitis outbreak was on Capitol Hill today: he faced questions about what happened to cause 32-deaths and 461-illnesses from tainted steroid shots. One big question: how the company with a checkered history stayed in business despite
Congress holds hearings on the multi-state outbreak of fungal meningitis traced to the New England Compounding Center. NBC's Erika Edwards reports.
The co-owner of the NECC pharmacy tied to the deadly meningitis outbreak has refused to answer questions, leaving federal and state regulators to explain why they allowed a business with a checkered history to keep making drugs. NBC’s Lisa Meyers reports.
FILE - In this Oct. 12, 2012 file photo, a closeup view through the lens of a microscope and magnified on the computer screen shows the meningitis causing fungus Exserohilum rostratum at the Mycotic lab at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta. The staff and technicians have been
Aspergillus, a fungus associated with meningitis illnesses and deaths.