(KCEN) -- The president of a Massachusetts pharmacy board is now offering words of sympathy to those affected by a deadly outbreak of meningitis.
The outbreak is linked to contaminated steroid injections from the Massachusetts-based New England Compounding Center.
So far 11 people have died and 119 others have gotten sick.
Yesterday the Massachusetts State Board of Registration in Pharmacy assured the public the steroid maker recalled all of its products.
President of the Massachusetts State Board of Registration in Pharmacy James Devita said, "On behalf of the board, I want to express our deepest sympathy for the patients and the families who have been impacted by this tragedy."
Health officials say 75 medical facilities in 23 states received the contaminated steroid injections.
The New England Compounding Center has voluntarily surrendered its license to operate until the FDA investigation is complete.