Zantac has been linked to cancer. These lawsuits also apply to Ranitidine, which is Zantac in generic form. See our video explanation below on the ongoing Zantac lawsuits as well as how you can join.
First, you must have used Zantac regularly for 60 days or longer. Then you must have been diagnosed with:
- Bladder cancer
- Liver cancer
- Stomach cancer
- Esophageal cancer
- Pancreatic cancer
- Lung cancer
- Colorectal cancer
- Prostate cancer
Timing is important. If you are diagnosed more than 6 months after using Zantac, a prior history of regular use for more than one year is required.
How does Zantac relate to cancer?
The carcinogen NDMA has been linked to cancer. It’s in Zantac and other Ranitidine products at 3000-26000 times the levels considered safe by the FDA.
What exactly is NDMA N-nitrosodimethylamine?
Chemical stabilizer used in petroleum products.
Has nothing to do with MDMA (Ecstasy).
Zantac Recall: Not Mandatory by FDA, but happening
Brand-name Zantac is made by Sanofi-Aventis who recently recalled the product as of October 18, 2019.
Generic manufacturers of Ranitidine were ahead of Sanofi in performing recalls.
Stores that pulled Zantac off the shelves prior to recall:
- Independent Stores
UPDATE 02/03/22 – Qualified Injuries
Findings in the case against Zantac have cleared 5 different injured conditions in order to qualify as a plaintiff in the ongoing litigation concerning their product. In addition, the US FDA has requested removal of all Ranitidine products (Zantac) from the market. The first Zantac injury lawsuit is scheduled for October 2022 in Southern California. There are thousands of lawsuits filed, which have been consolidated into multi-district litigation in the Southern District of Florida as of February, 2020, overseen by Judge Robin Rosenberg.
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