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Three Indiana clinics subpoenaed in 2012 meningitis outbreak

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WASHINGTON, DC -

Three Indiana medical clinics have received subpoenas in connection with the meningitis outbreak last year that led to the deaths of 11 people in Indiana.

Wellspring Pain Solutions in Columbus, Ambulatory Care Center in Evansville and Union Hospital in Terre Haute have been served subpoenas for information about the outbreak.

A recalled back pain medication tainted with meningitis was given at six Indiana clinics.

It took six days for the CDC to tell Indiana health officials there was a confirmed case of fungal meningitis in Indiana.

Nearly 88 people became ill in the state.

See the nationwide impact of the outbreak.

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