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ZANTAC CANCER LAWSUIT

If you regularly used Zantac® and then developed cancer, you may be entitled to significant financial compensation. Contact us now to learn whether you are eligible to seek damages.

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Zantac® Heartburn Med Found Tainted with Probable Cancer-Causing Impurity

ALERT: Some prescription and over the counter Zantac® products tested positive for probable cancer-causing impurities. Patients and consumers who developed cancer after using Zantac® may be entitled to significant financial compensation for their injuries. 

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We are currently investigating claims that use of Zantac® is associated with an increased risk of certain types of cancer. Contact us today if you or someone you love was treated with prescription Zantac® or used the over-the-counter versions of Zantac®, and were diagnosed with cancer including: 

Zantac® Cancer Risks

Distribution of Some Ranitidine Meds Halted After Contamination Discovered 

The heartburn medication ranitidine, sold under the brand name Zantac®, has been found to be contaminated with the probable cancer-causing impurity NDMA. Distribution of some brand and generic forms of the medication have been halted while government health officials work to determine the source of contamination.

✔ Bladder Cancer

✔ Colorectal Cancer

✔ Esophageal Cancer

✔ Intestinal Cancer

✔ Kidney Cancer

✔ Liver Cancer

✔ Ovarian Cancer

✔ Pancreatic Cancer

✔ Stomach Cancer

✔ Testicular Cancer

✔ Uterine Cancer

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.

If you regularly used Zantac® and then developed cancer, you may be entitled to significant financial compensation. Contact us now to learn whether you are eligible to seek damages.

Time May Be Limited

We are currently investigating cancer claims on behalf of patients and consumers who used Zantac® and developed certain types of cancer. But the countdown for how long you have to file a claim has already begun. Don’t delay, call now. 

FDA Issues Contamination Warning as Zantac® Recalled from the Market 

On September 13, 2019, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued a warning alerting consumers, patients and health care professionals that Zantac® and some generic version were found to be contaminated with a probable cancer-causing impurity called N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA). Shortly thereafter, brand and generic makers of ranitidine began issuing recalls of the heartburn medication and halting new shipments. 

Across the country, individuals, pregnant woman, and families began filing Zantac® injury lawsuits in state and federal courts. Allegations in these cases include that Zantac® makers Boehringer Ingelheim and Sanofi-Aventis knew or should have known that Zantac® an increased risk of cancer due to unsafe levels of NDMA, but the manufacturers failed to warn the public and healthcare community of this risk to increase sales and profits.

Individuals and families harmed by products and medications that were supposed to help have been using our attorneys as their bullhorns for decades to let manufacturers know they will be held liable for the injuries their products cause. Contact us now if you, your child, or other loved one was diagnosed with cancer after consuming or being treated with Zantac. You may be entitled to damages, and our firm will use every legal measure available to ensure you get the maximum compensation available for your injuries. 

Zantac® Contamination Lawsuits

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If you regularly used Zantac® and then developed cancer, you may be entitled to significant financial compensation. Contact us now to learn whether you are eligible to seek damages.

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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.