ZANTAC & CANCER LAWSUIT

If you or a loved one have used Zantac regularly and were then diagnosed with cancer, you may be entitled to significant compensation. Submit Your Case Today and find out about your eligibility for compensation

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Zantac the Heartburn Medication Contains Probable-Cancer Causing Contaminant

WARNING: Zantac prescriptions and over the counter products have tested positive with cancer-causing contaminations. Consumers and Patients who have used the product regularly and have been diagnosed with cancer may be entitled to significant compensation.

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Law professionals are currently investigating the claims in which Zantac may be linked to an increase in certain types of cancer. Please submit your form today if you or a loved one used Zantac as a prescription or an over the counter remedy on a regular basis. These cancer types include:

Zantac Risks

Sales of Ranitidine Meds Halted After Discovery of Contaminations

Ranitidine, the heartburn medication found under the Zantac name brand, was found to contain NDMA – a cancer-causing impurity. Sales of the brand name and generic versions of the medication have been stopped while government health officials determine how this happened.

✔ Bladder Cancer

✔ Colon Cancer

✔ Intestinal Cancer

✔ Uterine Cancer

✔ Esophageal Cancer

✔ Ovarian Cancer

✔ Testicular Cancer

✔ Kidney Cancer

✔ Liver Cancer

✔ Pancreatic Cancer

✔ Rectal Cancer

✔ Stomach Cancer

As recommended, please consult your doctor or physician before stopping or starting Zantac or any of the generic forms via prescription or over the counter use.

If you or a loved one have used Zantac regularly and were then diagnosed with cancer, you may be entitled to significant compensation. Submit Your Case Today and find out about your eligibility for compensation

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Investigations are currently underway on behalf of consumers and patients who have used Zantac regularly and been diagnosed with cancer. Call Today before it’s too late.

Warnings have been issued from the FDA about Zantac Contamination

The US Food & Drug Administration issued a warning on September 13, 2019 to consumers, patients, and health care professionals that Zantac and some generic versions contained a caner causing impurity – N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA). Shortly after the announcement, Zantac and generic versions of Ranitidine began recalling and halting shipments of the heartburn medication.

Many individuals including pregnant women have filed injury lawsuits alleging Zantac and their makers, Boehringer Ingelheim and Sanofi-Aventus, knew about the unsafe amounts of NDMA. As a result, the manufacturers failed to inform the public of the increased risks of this cancer-causing contamination.

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Zantac & Cancer Lawsuits

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If you or a loved one have used Zantac regularly and were then diagnosed with cancer, you may be entitled to significant compensation. Submit Your Case Today and find out about your eligibility for compensation.

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If a doctor prescribed Zantac or suggested that you take Zantac or any generic form of the medication, it is always wise to not stop taking the medication until you first consult with your physician.