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Zantac, the popular heartburn medication, was recently pulled from shelves
after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) informed the public that
the drug could contain cancer-causing contaminants. This contamination
has led countless consumers to develop various dangerous cancers, including
colon cancer, stomach cancer, kidney cancer, and liver cancer.
If you, or a loved one, developed cancer after taking Zantac, or its generic
equivalent, our team is prepared to help you take legal action against
the responsible parties.
Why Choose Our Firm?
Our attorneys at The Ferraro Law Firm, P.A. are committed to providing
each of our clients with fierce representation and personalized attention.
We have recovered billions of dollars in verdicts and settlements, and
aren’t afraid to go up against the large corporations responsible
for your injuries. Our team has more than 30 years of experience, and
we will use our ample resources to secure the most beneficial outcome
for your case, no matter how complex or difficult the case may be.
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What is Zantac?
Zantac first hit U.S. markets in 1983 as a prescription medication to treat
a variety of gastrointestinal issues, such as heartburn or acid reflux.
It is an over-the-counter drug, and is also sold under the generic name,
ranitidine. Ranitidine drugs are also available in a prescription-strength
form for the treatment of more serious stomach issues, like ulcers.
In the spring of 2018, Zantac underwent testing, along with several other
similar medications, for a known “probable carcinogenic” chemical
called NDMA. In other words, exposure to certain levels of NDMA may lead
to the development of certain cancers. The study ultimately found high
levels of NDMA in Zantac, leading the FDA to
issue a warning.
Why is Zantac Dangerous?
According to the Zantac-NDMA study, conducted at Valisure, a research lab in Connecticut, the use of Zantac
can be problematic on many levels. The lab discovered that, not only does
Zantac contain alarming amounts of NDMA independently, but it may also
become even more unstable when consumed. In fact, the study revealed that
the human body breaks down Zantac in such a way that it
exposes the consumer to NDMA levels more than 400 times the level deemed
acceptable by the FDA. The FDA later conducted its own tests and confirmed that Zantac and its
generic forms contain hazardous concentrations of NDMA.
Zantac has been associated with the following cancers:
Small Intestine Cancer
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Did you, or a loved one, develop cancer after taking Zantac? Studies show
that the consistent use of Zantac may cause certain consumers to develop
various cancers associated with NDMA exposure. If you think you, or a
loved one, may have been affected, our firm is here to help. We believe
the companies responsible for manufacturing and selling these medications
should be held responsible for the resulting damage they have caused.
Our attorneys have ample experience fighting for the rights of the wrongfully
injured and we want to help you, too.
If you file a dangerous drug claim, or a wrongful death lawsuit, you may
be entitled to compensation for medical bills, pain and suffering, future
medical expenses, loss of companionship, and more.