The process at Zantac claims that Zantac causes cancer. Our law firm is currently handling a Zantac cancer case filed by a former ranitidine user who has been diagnosed with cancer. Our lawyers offer free consultations by phone, SMS, and email. There are no fees or prices unless you are paid by arrangement.
About Zantac and cancer:
Zantac (ranitidine) belongs to a family of drugs called histamine-2 blockers or H2 blockers. Ranitidine and other H2 blockers reduce acid production in the stomach. H2 blockers are known as "antacids" and OTC versions are often used to treat and prevent heartburn (gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD).
Prescription Zantac is used to treat very severe heartburn and more serious conditions such as stomach/intestinal ulcers. To discuss your situation with an attorney or receive answers to more specific questions, please contact our firm. Our team of attorneys handling generic Zantac lawsuit claims provides free, no-obligation case reviews.
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NDMA detection in Zantac:
N-Nitrosodimethylamine ("NDMA") is an unstable organic chemical that is usually accidentally created as a by-product of certain industrial processes. NDMA is highly toxic to the human body (especially the liver) and has been recognized as carcinogenic to humans since the 1970s. Dimethylhydrazine, the "D" in NDMA, is a component of rocket fuel.
Rocket fuel is almost as healthy as you think. The evidence that NDMA causes cancer is extensive. None of the defendants in the ranitidine claim would deny that this contaminant is carcinogenic. NDMA has repeatedly caused cancer in every laboratory animal experiment over the last 40 years.