ROSWELL, N.M. (KRQE) - A warning has been issued about a potentially dangerous medication that may have been used in New Mexico.
Seven patients in North Carolina and Illinois suffered complications after being injected with a steroid.
The injections contain the same drug in last year's outbreak of fungal meningitis.
It killed at least 55 people.
Only one clinic in New Mexico received the product.
That clinic is Roswell Family Care.
Patients are being tracked down.
So far, there is no word of anyone being sick.
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