Plaintiffs in Los Angeles, Las Vegas and New Orleans have reportedly filed lawsuits in the last six months against a compounding pharmacy in Florida, alleging that it sold contaminated surgical dye that injured and blinded patients whose surgeons used it. Franck’s Compounding Lab apparently recalled the dye—Brilliant Blue G, a stain used during eye surgery—after reports of eye infections and blindness and Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warnings to doctors about the product. In a warning letter relied on by at least one plaintiff, FDA called the company’s dye adulterated because it was prepared under insanitary conditions. See Courthouse News Service, March 11, 2013.