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Topic - Arturo Casadevall
The black mold creeping into the spines of hundreds of people who got tainted shots for back pain marks uncharted medical territory.
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Only 33 human infections previously had been reported, mostly eye or skin infections in people with weak immune systems, Casadevall said.
The fungus' brown-black color signals an armor that _ along with being injected near the spine _helped this mold sneak past the immune defenses of otherwise healthy people, said Dr. Arturo Casadevall, a fungal disease specialist at New York's Albert Einstein College of Medicine.