First Criminal Trial Starts in Fatal Meningitis Outbreak

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Barry Cadden, a New England pharmacy executive, is the first defendant to go on trial in a case over a 2012 meningitis outbreak in which 76 died. Federal authorities blame the deaths on tainted steroid injections. Michigan and Tennessee were the hardest-hit states.
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