Was your cancer diagnosis directly linked to taking Zantac or the generic ranitidine? Were you diagnosed with cancer, including stomach cancer, bladder cancer, thyroid cancer, prostate cancer, esophageal cancer, kidney cancer, liver cancer, breast cancer, or another medical condition?
At Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers, LLC, our personal injury attorneys represent injured victims that took the prescription Zantac, over-the-counter Zantac, or other ranitidine products to treat gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) or other stomach issues.
Call our dangerous drug attorneys at (888) 424-5757 (toll-free phone number) or use the contact form today to schedule a free consultation.
After using ranitidine medications, let’s review your medical records to identify a possible cancer link.
How are Zantac Victims Harmed?
Zantac has been one of the most popular heartburn medications. It is also used for ulcers and acid reflux. The drug was first introduced in 1981 by Glaxo Wellcome Inc., later known as Pfizer. In 2002, the FDA approved the generic version of ranitidine that is marketed under the name Zantac.
The company claims that it has sold more than 100 million prescriptions since its introduction. However, there have been many reports of serious side effects associated with this medication. These include:
- Stomach cancer
- Intestinal bleeding
- Heart attack
- Kidney failure
- Liver damage
- Bladder cancer
- Breast cancer
- Thyroid problems
- Prostate cancer
- Other cancers
In addition, some people who take Zantac develop an allergic reaction called angioedema. This can cause swelling of the face, lips, tongue, throat, and airways.
If you were prescribed Zantac, then you may be entitled to compensation from the manufacturer. You may be able to file a lawsuit against the manufacturer if you believe that the medicine caused your cancer.
The Zantac recall revealed problems associated with the drug in that it breaks down into NMDA (N-Nitrosodimethylamine). Thousands of Zantac users have been diagnosed with horrific medical conditions associated with taking the drug for years.
Why the FDA Removed Zantac from the Medical Marketplace
The case against Teva Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd., Pfizer Inc., and Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd. over alleged false advertising claims about their drug Zantac involved evidence that Teva and Ranbaxy knew that Zantac contained ingredients that could cause cancer.
They had been aware since at least 1999 that the active ingredient in Zantac, dimethyl amine (DMA), could combine with nitrite in the human body to form N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA).
In February 2016, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned consumers about the potential risk posed by exposure to NDMA, stating that it could lead to stomach ulcers and tumors. In August 2017, the FDA announced that it would require manufacturers of prescription drugs containing DMA to include warning labels regarding the potential health risks associated with long-term use.
Teva and Ranbaxy both argued that they did not know that Zantac could cause cancer. But the court rejected those arguments, saying that the defendants had failed to conduct adequate tests to determine whether the combination of DMA and nitrite resulted in NDMA formation.
A Failure to Warn and Improper Labeling Leading to Zantac Cancer Lawsuits
Zantac is one of the most widely used drugs in the world. In fact, according to IMS Health, over $2 billion worth of Zantac pills were sold in 2017 alone. Yet despite its popularity, Zantac carries serious side effects, including cancer.
While Zantac is effective at treating GERD, it has risks. The package insert warns consumers about possible adverse events like nausea, diarrhea, headache, abdominal pain, vomiting, dizziness, insomnia, skin rash, pruritus, urticaria, angioedema, and wheezing.
The FDA never required Zantac to include any information regarding the drug’s association with bladder cancer. The agency didn’t require manufacturers to disclose any inactive ingredients in the product. As a result, Zantac labels don’t contain any information about the drug’s carcinogenic properties.
That’s why Zantac lawyers representing injured patients allege that the manufacturer failed to warn consumers of the drug's dangers.
Financial Compensation for Zantac Lawsuits
Zantac was the first prescription heartburn medication. It is no longer available in the United States because of possible cancer risk.
Zantac belongs to a class of H2 blockers or acid-blocking medications. The FDA issued a product withdrawal after studies showed all the types of cancer associated with Zantac (ranitidine) use.
Ranitidine, the main ingredient in Zantac, has been found to contain unacceptable levels of the cancer-causing chemical N Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA). This substance has been linked to developing cancers.
Some cancer research studies have shown that consumer exposure to NDMA and the drug’s molecular structure are severe, as the drug causes severe health problems. These ranitidine molecule studies revealed the scientific evidence of cancer linked to Zantac use.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued a public safety warning requesting that all companies withdraw their ranitidine products as they have found unacceptable levels of NDMA in the active ingredient.
Zantac studies have revealed several alternatives to the drug that have been proven safe by the FDA. These include Prilosec, Nexium, and other H2 blockers such as Pepcid and Tagamet.
A Recall of The Popular Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease Medication Zantac OTC and Prescription Zantac
Many individuals and families impacted by prescription strength Zantac and other ranitidine medications, including Zantac OTC, are now asking about the compensation available by pursuing a Zantac injury lawsuit.
At the time of this writing– there is no settlement of any pending Zantac cancer lawsuits involving the brand name or ranitidine (generic Zantac).
Still in Zantac Litigation
The Zantac MDL cases involving these dangerous drugs are still early in the litigation phases, and there are no trial dates set or anticipated settlements forthcoming.
However, massive Zantac settlement amounts have been negotiated for people who have developed cancer after taking Zantac will receive compensation.
Many people have asked our law firm about the high levels of NDMA in prescription Zantac and ranitidine by the US Food and Drug Administration.
They wonder if their pain and suffering are related to the fact that they took Zantac and if participating in a class action lawsuit, mass tort Zantac cancer lawsuit, or an individual lawsuit is possible.
Zantac Class Action Lawsuit
The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warning has worried people who take Zantac that it can cause cancer.
Law firms are investigating drug manufacturers of acid-suppressive drugs about NDMA exposure and Zantac cancer risk. The FDA announced that Zantac contained NDMA and that high levels may cause cancer, personal injury, and other problems.
Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers, LLC represents Zantac patients harmed by faulty medications. Call us to schedule a free case evaluation and discuss a possible class action Zantac lawsuit.
We regularly speak with people about Zantac litigation, NDMA, a probable human carcinogen, drug malpractice, and other prescription drug issues. Our lawyers review similar Zantac cancer lawsuits to identify medical conditions and types of cancer like yours caused by taking the harmful drug.
Contact our Zantac lawyers if you or a loved one have received a cancer diagnosis after taking the medication. Let's see if you can participate in an individual or Zantac class-action lawsuit or file a claim independently.
Posted Zantac Drug Lawsuit Update – September 2022
In September 2022, the multidistrict litigation involving more than 2000 plaintiffs who had previously filed Zantac lawsuits in federal court received an order from Judge Rosenberg confirming the Claim Registry would be closed on September 14, 2022.
One week later, on September 21, 2022, the court began "Daubert" hearings, permitting both the defendant and plaintiff parties who examined experts in open court to evaluate testimony admissibility.
This "gatekeeping" threshold evaluates the reasonably reliable and scientifically sound expert testimony that would be provided at trial. All Zantac plaintiffs involved in the MDL litigation will provide expert testimony, proving their claim that Zantac contaminated with NDMA led to their Zantac cancer.
As the Dalbert hearings conclude, the judge will determine the reliability of expert testimony the jury will hear or dismiss Zantac cancer lawsuits filed by plaintiffs.
Our lawyers do not think the Zantac MDL judge will dismiss the heartburn medication lawsuits but instead allow the MDL to continue to the next level. We expect many Zantac settlement offers to be made in the coming months or years to prevent further Zantac multidistrict litigation as thousands more injured plaintiffs begin filing their lawsuits.
Other Consumers are Taking Legal Action after Taking Ranitidine
What is the average payout for a Zantac drug lawsuit? We might know that soon because many other consumers like you are filing Zantac litigation cases against drug manufacturers after taking the prescribed or over-the-counter (OTC) Zantac.
Their Zantac claims are very similar: the popular heartburn drug harmed them, primarily by increasing their risk of cancer and other health problems linked to NDMA.
Unfortunately, NDMA has also been found in enormous quantities in the popular blood pressure drug generic Valsartan. Some research suggests that N Nitrosodimethylamine is inadvertently produced when the drug’s manufacturing process is changed.
Many people filed a Zantac lawsuit based on the same complaints against one defendant (ranitidine manufacturers). Because of that, thousands of lawsuits were combined into one Zantac MDL, or multidistrict litigation, as it is commonly known.
You can read about the brand-name and generic Zantac MDL class action right here.
You Only Have Two Years To File Zantac and Ranitidine Lawsuits in Illinois
Like every other state, Illinois has a statute of limitations that prohibits you from suing drug manufacturers more than two years after you are diagnosed with an illness after taking the drug, Zantac, or ranitidine meds for acid reflux or other medical conditions.
It applies to Zantac as well. Therefore, once a medical professional informs you of a condition (such as cancer) that the drug caused, you only have two years to file a Zantac lawsuit.
Failing to file a Zantac lawsuit once the statute of limitations has expired typically deprives injured victims and surviving family members of the right to seek compensation for their damages.
Generic Zantac Usage for Heartburn Medication
Zantac is used to treat acid reflux and has been an effective heartburn drug. The active ingredient in Zantac is N Nitrososimethylamine, NDMA, which lowers the acid output in your stomach.
The drug lessens gastroesophageal reflux (GERD) and provides general comfort and relief, especially with coughing.
Zantac and generic popular heartburn drugs all operate this way. Ranitidine tablets with NDMA have been around for a long time. Drug companies, including Sanofi and Boehringer Ingelheim, have made the brand name Zantac and marketed it as a safe way to alleviate common problems.
The prospect of class action Zantac lawsuits has made many people rethink this logic. The US FDA recently suggested that brand name Zantac and generic ranitidine products with N Nitrosodimethylamine NDMA be taken off the shelves. There is NDMA in Zantac.
World Health Organization and Environmental Protection Agency Reports
Additionally, the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) have determined that NDMA found in Zantac is a probable human carcinogen. Medical science has found exposure to the toxic N Nitrosodimethylamine to cause numerous types of cancer in laboratory rats.
High levels of NDMA might cause various types of cancer, and if you took ranitidine products found to contain this, you could be at risk of cancer. Zantac and generic drugs with NDMA contamination, like ranitidine tablets, may lead to serious personal injury, and you may even get diagnosed with cancer.
What are Mass Tort Cases? Will there be a Mass Tort Zantac Cancer Lawsuit Because of the Recall?
Many people have wondered if there will be a mass Zantac lawsuit action. Some individuals who took over-the-counter Zantac are now participating in Zantac litigation.
The FDA warning noted that NDMA in Zantac has led to various types of cancer, excessive vomiting, stomach cramps, liver failure, liver fibrosis, stomach ulcers, and Primary Pulmonary Hypertension (PPH), leading to high blood pressure. The administration ordered a Zantac recall to pull all over-the-counter (OTC) prescriptions from medical shelves.
Since then, consumers have asked if they will contract cancer after taking Zantac (like stomach cancer, bladder cancer, or pancreatic cancer) or experience other issues.
While most law firms do not know precisely the viability of Zantac litigation for NDMA contamination, we can generally elaborate on mass tort claims for an individual Zantac cancer lawsuit.
It will help you estimate the chances of success in a Zantac class action lawsuit for high levels of NDMA in Zantac and ranitidine.
Zantac Lawyers Resolving Mass Torts
Mass tort Zantac cancer lawsuits happen when many plaintiffs bring suit against one or a small group of defendants. Similar Zantac lawsuits are being consolidated into MDL cases.
These pending lawsuits against Zantac manufacturers are all structured on the contamination of Zantac (ranitidine) products. These Zantac and ranitidine tablets were formulated with the same active ingredient, with problems concerning the ranitidine molecule containing nitrate and NDMA.
Also, injury circumstances typically have a lot in common across the whole class of people living with cancer who took an average Zantac dosage for months or years.
Courts will not allow people to bring Zantac lawsuits or other cases if the damages cannot be proven in a court of law, either economic or non-economic damages. All the Zantac lawsuits with insufficient evidence could be dismissed in federal court.
Here are a couple of prevalent mass tort injury causes of action. Many of these cases might look like a Zantac cancer lawsuit:
- Homeowners bring suit against the drug makers of the pesticide, Roundup for increased personal injury and cancer risk or actual cancer development
- Tenants sue property owners for the harmful effects of lead-based paint in their apartments.
- Communities file claims against large manufacturers for polluting their water and land.
- Consumers file mass claims against medical manufacturers for making and distributing dangerous meds sold as prescription drugs and over-the-counter forms.
Contact our law firm for a free consultation about Zantac lawsuits and N Nitrosodimethylamine NDMA.
Our team could help find the correlation if you took Zantac (or generic form ranitidine drugs) and developed cancer. Legal advice from our Zantac attorneys would mean the difference for your case.
How Attorneys Prove Zantac Cancer Cases
What is your Zantac drug lawsuit worth? If you were harmed due to NDMA, ranitidine, or Zantac, your cases would be worth exactly how much you were hurt or damaged.
Zantac litigation and MDL cases where ranitidine contained high doses of NDMA are meant to reimburse the victim, not reward.
Let a Zantac cancer lawyer from our law offices review and analyze how the events may have caused your injury or losses.
- Injury: Did the NDMA in Zantac injure you physically or in any other way? Exposure to NDMA could result in cancer or cause pain and suffering that is not so easy to identify. Emotional scarring, diminished mental health, lost quality of life, long-term aggravation, and other non-economic damages should still be considered and recovered.
- Loss: Did the NDMA exposure to ranitidine in Zantac lead to extensive medical bills and out-of-pocket expenses due to your prostate, stomach, or other types of cancer? If you had to pay for extended hospital stays, lost paychecks while away from work, or suffer other tangible losses; these will be factored into a global Zantac settlement.
Our Zantac attorneys provide free case analyses on Zantac cancer claims. Our attorneys have worked on many settlements involving drug malpractice and can discuss your options for a global NDMA Zantac settlement.
Zantac Lawsuit Payouts
The FDA recommended that Zantac manufacturers voluntarily recall their Zantac products due to contamination of a cancer-causing chemical, NDMA. Since then, the number of Zantac lawsuits filed in state and federal courts has continued to rise.
The FDA warns that other ranitidine hydrochloride products, like recalled heartburn drug Zantac products, include over-the-counter OTC Zantac and prescribed Zantac. This warning means that more products will likely be added to the Zantac recall list.
Any Zantac users who developed cancer or other conditions could file a lawsuit seeking compensation for damages. Some of the payouts have been substantial. In one case, the Zantac plaintiffs received up to $1.5 million in punitive damages and medical costs, according to Reuters.
How much can I get from a Zantac lawsuit?
Your recovery in a Zantac lawsuit will depend upon your damages and how much physical injury and financial loss you suffered because of the drug. Many drug malpractice Zantac claims result in thousands to tens of thousands of dollars, but you should discuss your Zantac lawsuit value with an attorney to get an individual answer.
Ranitidine hydrochloride HCl, sold under the brand name Zantac, is a medication of the antihistamine type. Ranitidine treats GERD, peptic ulcer disease, duodenal ulcer, and H. pylori infection.
Filing a Zantac Wrongful Death Lawsuit
Families that lost a loved one from the cancer risks associated with taking the drug, Zantac, and other contaminated ranitidine products can seek financial compensation through independent claims or Zantac class-action lawsuits.
Qualifying family members could include parents, children, grandchildren, grandparents, siblings, etc. Filing a wrongful death Zantac lawsuit could result in payment for the decedents:
- Hospital costs
- Past medical bills
- Medical expenses
- Lost wages and future lost earning capacity
- Loss of consortium and companionship
- Emotional pain and suffering, including bereavement
A qualified family member who files a Zantac lawsuit citing wrongful death will be the party to receive the award or settlement. The state or federal court decides whether there is enough evidence to proceed with a lawsuit.
Generally, one Zantac attorney represents all members in a claim's case. Most Zantac lawsuit attorneys take cases on a contingency basis, which means the attorney is paid only if a financial award or above-average settlement is received.
A legal Zantac claim filed by one family member for the same wrongful death does not preclude other family members from filing a Zantac lawsuit.
Any Zantac victims could qualify for a lawsuit unless the timeline for filing a lawsuit has expired. So it is advisable to do so as soon after death as possible.
Work with an Attorney on Your Zantac Lawsuit
If you think you were harmed by Zantac and generic ranitidine containing NDMA, a cancer-causing substance, there could be several legal options for recovery at your disposal. However, they will each come with their challenges and opportunities.
Hiring an experienced Zantac lawyer will bring a wealth of skill, resources, and dedication. It will be critical to be in front of a harsh Zantac MDL judge.
Here are some specific services that a qualified Zantac lawyer can perform for your Zantac lawsuit:
- Review other Zantac lawsuit cases and see if they relate to yours.
- Investigate how the NDMA in the Zantac caused your cancer or other personal injuries and damages.
- Draft a Zantac drug malpractice cause of action alleging how the NDMA precisely injured you and why you are entitled to relief under federal law or a possible global settlement.
- Present your Zantac lawsuit to a jury or convene settlement negotiations.
When choosing a Zantac lawyer to represent your product liability claim, selecting one with extensive experience in this area of law is essential. They will have the knowledge and resources necessary to investigate how the NDMA in the Zantac ranitidine caused your cancer or other personal injuries and damages.
Additionally, they will draft a compelling Zantac cancer lawsuit on your behalf and present it to a jury or during settlement negotiations.
Zantac MDL Issued Bellwether Trials to Begin Over Severe Health Complications
Zantac cancer lawyers have prepared for the first bellwether trial to hold Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, the drug manufacturer, financially accountable. The Zantac MDL litigation process is expected to move quickly now that the judge has issued a key ruling.
The Zantac plaintiffs’ lawyers filed civil lawsuits after their clients who took the drug were diagnosed with cancer. The first trial will serve as a precursor to other Zantac trials and help establish how the litigation process will move forward.
Our Zantac lawyers will post every lawsuit update here as more information is posted about:
- Zantac lawsuit settlement amounts
- Zantac MDL verdicts
- Zantac MDL cases consolidated into a federal class action claim
- Zantac MDL class-action case results
Mitigating Your Damages
Do you suspect that your recent medical diagnosis results from exposure to NDMA in Zantac and wonder what you can do to mitigate your damages? Here are some steps to reduce your damage exposure while getting the best outcome for yourself.
Get a second opinion from an independent source about your diagnosis: The second diagnosis can help confirm or dispel the previous opinion.
Review all your medications with your doctor to determine if any contained NDMA: If they did, you might have a claim against the manufacturer.
Review your medical records to determine how long you have been taking Zantac or other ranitidine medications: The longer you took the medication, the greater your exposure to NDMA may be.
Determine the lifestyle changes you need to make to protect your health: These may include changes in diet, quitting smoking, and increasing.
Work with an experienced Zantac lawyer who can help you navigate the legal process and get the compensation you deserve.
Zantac Lawsuit FAQs
Our Zantac lawyers understand that many families have unanswered questions about filing a Zantac lawsuit against the brand-name drug makers and generic manufacturers after developing cancer. An experienced personal injury attorney has answered some of those questions below.
For additional information, call our law office at (888) 424-5757 (toll-free phone call) or use the contact form today. Let us review your medical records to determine if you have sufficient evidence to participate in the Zantac lawsuits.
How much can I get from a Zantac lawsuit?
Have you developed cancer from Zantac use? Your recovery in a Zantac lawsuit will depend upon your damages-how much physical injury and financial loss you suffered because of the drug.
Many drug malpractice cases obtain thousands to tens of thousands of dollars, but you need to discuss your Zantac cancer case value with an attorney to get an individual answer.
Ranitidine hydrochloride HCl, sold under the brand name Zantac and generic versions, is a medication of the antihistamine type. Ranitidine treats acid reflux disease (GERD), excessive stomach acid, peptic ulcer disease, digestive tract disease, duodenal ulcer, and H. pylori infection.
How long do I have to file a Zantac lawsuit?
Each state has different time limits, called statutes of limitations, for filing product liability claims, including Zantac lawsuits. You need to contact a personal injury lawyer who can help determine how much time you have left under the law.
These deadlines are strict, so call our Zantac lawyers at (888) 424-5757.
A few exemptions to the statute of limitations deadline could apply in your case. For example, if you were unaware of the cause of your injury until recently, or if you were prevented from filing a Zantac lawsuit because of extraordinary circumstances.
However, each situation is different, and you should speak with an attorney to find out if these exemptions may apply in your case.
What's going on with the Zantac lawsuit?
Several people have filed ranitidine cases, arguing that these drugs contained high levels of NDMA in Zantac, a known carcinogen. They say this led them to develop cancer or have higher Zantac cancer risks.
NDMA contamination can affect your stomach, bladder, liver, and other human body parts. Despite the potential side effects of Zantac use, not all people experience adverse problems.
Furthermore, in many cases, those who suffer from these symptoms can return to normal functioning if they stop taking Zantac or switch it to another drug that does not increase cancer risk.
However, there are still some severe health issues that may result from long-term use, including medical and neurological conditions such as:
- Parkinson's disease
- Damage or failure of the liver
- Liver jaundice
- Crippling digestive tract and stomach cramps
- Inflammatory bowel disease
- Diarrhea, dizziness, and lethargy
- Other gastrointestinal disorders like Crohn's disease and PPH, among others.
Is there a class action lawsuit against Zantac?
There is a Zantac Multidistrict Litigation (MDL) case currently in Florida involving Zantac lawsuits. The Zantac lawsuit alleges that the prescription drug unnecessarily and negligently endangers customers' cancer risk.
The MultiDistrict Litigation judge presiding over this case has stripped some Zantac cancer claims from litigation, but the case still proceeds. Some Zantac lawsuits have moved into settlement negotiations.
Class-action ranitidine lawsuits can take a long time to resolve. The process usually involves filing a lawsuit and exchanging information between the parties.
After that, there will likely be some Zantac settlement negotiations. If those negotiations fail, the Zantac class-action lawsuit will proceed to trial, where jurors will decide the extent of damages if their verdict favors the injured plaintiff.
How do lawyers prove ranitidine (Zantac) lawsuits?
Any potential plaintiff wanting to participate in a Zantac class action lawsuit or individual case must prove that they used the product. The Zantac injury lawyer will look for evidence that the client took the brand-name medication or the generic ranitidine.
In many cases, if a doctor prescribes ranitidine (Zantac) to their patient, pharmacy records will quickly identify where and when the prescription was filled. However, proving that they took over-the-counter Zantac or any other ranitidine product might not be as easy. There may be receipts or documentation in medical records.
Secondly, to resolve a Zantac lawsuit settlement, the attorney must show that their client was injured by taking the product. Proving injury might involve evidence and medical records or diagnosis of kidney cancer, bladder cancer, breast cancer, or other life-threatening illness.
Thirdly, the lawyer must show a correlation between the cancer diagnosis and Zantac use (ranitidine). Proving the correlation might involve the latency period when the client started taking Zantac products until they were diagnosed with cancer.
On average, there is likely at least one year of taking Zantac products (exposure to the toxic medicine) and developing primary cancers, especially bladder cancer, breast cancer, esophageal cancer, pancreatic cancer, and liver cancer.
What are the common symptoms associated with taking Zantac?
Understanding the common cancer symptoms associated with taking Zantac is crucial to getting treatment early that might save your life. The most common Zantac cancer symptoms include:
- Unexplainable weight loss
- Vomiting and nausea
- Stomach pain
- A lack of appetite
- Greasy stools
- Itchy skin
- Fever & chills
- Tarry or bloody stools from intestinal bleeding
- Easy bleeding or bruising
- Rapid or slow heart rate
- Weakness, dizziness, fatigue, and other signs of anemia
- Back pain
- Unexplained abdominal pain not associated with heartburn
- Jaundice (yellowing of the eyes or skin)
- Dark urine
- Urinary incontinence or needing to urinate often and urgently
The FDA required Zantac drug makers to post all known side effects from taking the medication on all product packaging in prescription and over-the-counter forms. The pharmaceutical company indicated that children under 12 years should not take the product, and those taking medicine might have adverse reactions when using other drugs.
In rare cases, some Zantac patients experienced severe side effects, including agitation, confusion, depression, decreased blood platelets, blurred vision, extra heartbeats, and atrioventricular block.
Should I be concerned if I took Zantac?
Zantac ranitidine, and most ranitidine products, have been recalled from the medical marketplace and retail establishments that sell over-the-counter heartburn medications.
The pharmaceutical manufacturers recently pulled the products after the Zantac recall, finding that many medications containing ranitidine might also be contaminated with carcinogenic NDMA (N-Nitrosodimethylamine), a volatile nitrosamine with toxic properties that naturally occurs in the environment. Our law firm believes that you should be concerned but:
- Don't Panic: Many consumer products are sold with toxic NDMA levels, Including alcoholic beverages, especially beer, some drinking water, meat products, and cheese.
- Talk with your doctor: Switching medications now might be wise to treat heartburn if you take Zantac. Your doctor can determine your health risks and what other products might be available for your condition.
- Look for the common signs and symptoms of NDMA toxicity or the development of cancer that could include:
- Abdominal cramping
- Jaundice (yellow eyes or skin)
- Fever and dizziness
- Vomiting or nausea
- Slow or rapid heart rate
Recognizing any common signs early on can ensure that you receive the best medical care before you develop life-threatening cancer like ovarian cancer, bladder cancer, liver cancer, or other medical conditions.
- Learn more: There is lots of information online about the current status of Zantac and ranitidine products and why the Food and Drug Administration pulled prescription Zantac and Zantac Over-the-Counter (OTC) from the medical marketplace.
Consider talking to an attorney to understand your legal rights and hold the pharmaceutical company financially accountable for damages. Zantac lawsuit attorneys working on your behalf can ensure Pharmaceutical companies adequately compensate you for your damages.
Talk to a Zantac Lawsuit Lawyer
The personal injury lawyers at Rosenfeld Injury Lawyers, LLC have represented many families in mass tort cases involving products like paint, sprays, and medications. Talk to a lawyer from our office about an MDL Zantac class-action lawsuit or individual cases.
Let the experience and commitment of your Zantac lawsuit attorney resolve your case.
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