Sarah Pusateri

Health News Florida reporter
 

Sarah Pusateri is a multimedia health policy reporter for Health News Florida, a project of WUSF. The Buffalo New York native most recently worked as a health reporter for Healthystate.org, a two year grant-funded project at WUSF. There, she co-produced an Emmy Award winning documentary called Uniform Betrayal: Rape in the Military.

http://mst.healthystate.org/

Pusateri got her start in television at TV 20 News in Ocala as a bureau reporter. Her next move was to Fort Myers as video journalist at WINK News covering crime. While she sometimes misses the fast pace of television news, being a multimedia journalist allows her to focus more on her favorite aspect of journalism--storytelling.

Whatever the story--there's a way to tell it. Sarah would love the opportunity to tell yours.

(813) 974-8705

spusateri@wusf.org

Health News Florida
8:38 am
Wed February 27, 2013

Fungal Meningitis Outbreak: How One Florida Woman Barely Survived And What Happens Next

Originally published on Tue February 19, 2013 6:23 am

  

WARNING: Pictures and video may contain disturbing images.

Roseann Fusco says the last thing on her mind when she agreed to get a steroid injection for back pain was where it came from, let alone whether it was made correctly.

After all, she says, her doctors had highly recommended she get it as a possible alternative to surgery.

“They kind of like begged me to do it. So I'm like, 'Okay, I'll try at least one shot,' "Fusco says.

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