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By Mangosuthu Buthelezi
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Topic - George Cary
A Michigan man whose wife died in a national outbreak of meningitis said Wednesday he's in a hospital being treated for the same illness, despite an initial round of tests that found he wasn't infected.
As many as 13,000 people received steroid shots suspected in a national meningitis outbreak, health officials said Monday. But it's not clear how many are in danger.
Cary, whose wife's death was linked to the national outbreak of fungal meningitis, said that he, too, was treated with steroids that may have been contaminated.
He also said his care "could be a long and difficult process."