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Seven People Suffer Complications After Using Common Pain-Reliever

FDA investigating steroid injection after patients developed skin abscesses from treatment.
01:18 | 05/25/2013

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medicine routinely used to treat back pain and joint swelling. Seven people in the midwest and south are suffering complications after being injected with the drug. Health officials are on the case... See More
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