36,000 bottles of prescription eyedrops tainted with printer's ink1/4/2013
Bausch & Lomb have some explaining to do after 1,780 batches of their prescription eyedrops — a product meant to be squirted directly into the eye — were found to be laced with printer’s ink. That’s about 36,000 bottles of eyedrops just waiting to squirt ink in your eye. Printer’s ink has always brought us to tears due to its high prices, but luckily the "risk of toxicity is low." Still, the recall is prompting hospitals and pharmacies to bundle up the product and ship it back to the company's New York base. [Source]
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