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Amarillo Medical Malpractice Attorney Offers Free Conslutations: Dozens of patients suffer vision loss after cataract surgery at Texas surgery center.

Posted on April 29, 2017 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

The Dallas Morning News reports “dozens of patients have suffered vision loss” after undergoing cataract surgery at Key-Whitman Surgery Center this year, according to Dr. Jeffrey Whitman, the president and chief surgeon of Key-Whitman Eye Center. Whitman “said the injuries have been traced to a steroid antibiotic injection from Guardian Pharmacy Services, a Dallas compounding … Continue reading Amarillo Medical Malpractice Attorney Offers Free Conslutations: Dozens of patients suffer vision loss after cataract surgery at Texas surgery center.

Texas Compounding Pharmacy Errors: DOJ Enjoins Texas Lab From Mixing Drugs Pending Inspection

Posted on January 7, 2016 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

The CBS Evening News (1/5, story 12, 0:30, Pelley) reported on “an update tonight on our investigation on a compounding pharmacy outside Dallas which mixes custom drugs.” Last year, CBS “discovered Downing Labs sent people millions of dollars in medications they did not order.” The lab was also investigated for unsanitary conditions, and on Monday, … Continue reading Texas Compounding Pharmacy Errors: DOJ Enjoins Texas Lab From Mixing Drugs Pending Inspection

Texas Compounding Pharmacy Errors: Drug Compounding Mistakes Rarely Result in Harsh Punishment

Posted on July 13, 2015 by Jesse Quackenbush, Attorney

Photo Courtesy USA Today WASHINGTON — The legal landscape is littered with charges of negligence and misconduct by compounding pharmacies such as the one implicated in the nation’s ongoing meningitis outbreak, but they rarely result in tough punishments, an examination of legal records shows. In some cases, there’s almost no penalty for pharmacies that break … Continue reading Texas Compounding Pharmacy Errors: Drug Compounding Mistakes Rarely Result in Harsh Punishment