In an email to the campus community, Vice President for Campus Life Cynthia Cherrey says that the student developed symptoms Wednesday night.
The University’s president sent a letter Thursday revealing an employee in the Controller’s office is gravely ill and has been admitted to a hospital.
If there is any real concern among students on the campus, it would be hard to tell from talking to them.
State health officials have declared a meningitis outbreak on the Princeton University campus.
The Center’s medical director says the advisory is a response to concern about a meningitis outbreak in New York’s gay community.
New Jersey health officials say 46 cases of fungal meningitis have now been reported in the state.
New Jersey health officials say 37 cases of fungal meningitis have now been reported in the state.
New Jersey health officials say 33 cases of fungal meningitis have now been reported in the state.
A Cumberland County woman who came down with fungal meningitis after receiving contaminated steroid injections has taken her problems to Superior Court in the form of a lawsuit.
The cases, two confirmed and 25 considered probable, are linked to a recalled, potentially tainted steroid produced by a specialty pharmacy in Massachusetts.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health and the Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) are now saying that many state health care providers received tainted medications linked to the fungal meningitis outbreak.
The meningitis outbreak linked to an injectable steroid is a stern warning for all of us why quality controls in the manufacture and distribution of health care products is so important.
The new cases announced Wednesday bring the total in the state to 12.
In lawsuits filed by Jennifer Marko, 45, of Millville, N.J., and Brian Pennington, 45, of Vineland, N.J., the two allege that the New England Compounding Center (NECC) pharmacy produced the fungus-laced drug by failing to follow long established, standard safety practices for a compounding pharmacy.
New Jersey health officials have linked two more fungal meningitis cases to a nationwide outbreak caused by a potentially tainted medication.