Six patients sue over damage to corneas from laser surgery in Qld

They are alleging in the Supre Court of Queensland that the ophthalmologist and the pharmacist who made the eye drops in January 2012 were negligent.
Corneal cross-linking has been used for the past 15 years.
All six patients were allegedly left with scarring of their eyes after the wrong eye drops were used by the ophthalmologist during surgery.
The ophthalmologist says he administered the eye drops but blames the compounding pharmacist who made the drops.

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