Federal health officials now say new medications could be linked to the nationwide fungal meningitis outbreak. Officials said 214 people in 15 states -- including four patients in New Hampshire -- have been diagnosed with fungal meningitis or a related illness, and 15 have died. The outbreak is believed to be linked to steroid medication distributed by the New England Compounding Center in Framingham, Mass. But federal officials said other medications from the pharmacy could also be linked to the outbreak. State Health Director Dr. Jose Montero said the Food and Drug Administration is now concerned about another steroid, triamcinolone (tri-am-sin-oh-lone). However, Montero says that the new warning did not include an exact list of the medications and where they were administered. Dr. Michael O’Connell, owner of New Hampshire's Pain Care LLC, where the original tainted steroid was distributed, said they are working hard to notify patients about whether they need to be tested.