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When we look at the random sample of most accidents, that airbags are located by us are connected with increased threat of death, she said, which increase is due to even more deaths with airbags in low-speed crashes and no seatbelts. However, if we limit the dataset to include only collisions in which a fatality occurred, we get a significantly reduced threat of death due to airbags. By method of analogy, the Meyer described it in this manner: If you look at those who have some types of cancer, you will see that those that get radiation treatment have a better chance of surviving than those that don’t.Kainer, M.B., B.S., M.P.H., Matthew Wise, Ph.D., Jennie Finks, D.V.M., M.V.P.H., Joan Duwve, M.D., M.P.H., Elizabeth Fontaine, M.S.P.H., Alvina Chu, M.H.S., Barbara Carothers, L.P.N., Amy Reilly, R.N., Jay Fiedler, M.S., Andrew D. Wiese, M.P.H., Christine Feaster, M.S.M., Lex Gibson, B.S., Stephanie Griese, M.D., Anne Purfield, Ph.D., Angela A. Cleveland, M.P.H., Kaitlin Benedict, M.P.H., Julie R. Harris, Ph.D., M.P.H., Mary E. Brandt, Ph.D., Dianna Blau, D.V.M., Ph.D., John Jernigan, M.D., J. Todd Weber, M.D., and Benjamin J. Park, M.D. For the Multistate Fungal Infection Outbreak Response Team: Fungal Infections Connected with Contaminated Methylprednisolone Injections There has been simply no systematic surveillance in the usa for adverse events that occur after glucocorticoid injections for the treatment of chronic musculoskeletal pain, but infection is a known, although probably rare, risk documented in the medical literature.1-6 Attacks that develop after a procedure are bacterial2 usually,7-10; fungal infections are extremely rare.11-14 We present data on a multistate outbreak of fungal meningitis and other attacks associated with shots of preservative-free methylprednisolone acetate that was purchased from an individual compounding pharmacy and describe the general public health response to the outbreak.