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      InterveneMD physician speaks about meningitis outbreak

      MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (WCIV) - Health officials say a nationwide fungal meningitis outbreak has made more than 100 people sick and killed 11 people so far.{}

      No cases have been reported in South Carolina.{}

      The outbreak is believed to be caused by steroid injections designed to ease back pain.{}

      Officials say the outbreak is suspected to have come from medications manufactured in a compounding pharmacy in Massachusetts.

      InterveneMD is one of those clinics that may have received the tainted medications. {}

      Tuesday, Dr. Todd Joye from InterveneMD joined ABC News 4 in the studio to clear up any questions viewers might have about the outbreak.

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