Zantac Injury Claims

The over the counter (OTC) heartburn and ulcer drug Zantac contains a possible carcinogen called NDMA. Zantac, which is also sold in prescription form, has been linked to different cancers such as colon cancer, pancreatic cancer, breast cancer, lung cancer, stomach cancer and prostate cancer. If you have recently been diagnosed with any type of cancer, lymphoma or leukemia and have taken Zantac you may be entitled to benefits and financial compensation. Please contact our catastrophic injury lawyers handling Zantac injury claims.

Our ranitidine injury lawyers offer free case reviews to those facing any type of accident, injury, drug injury, mass tort or medical malpractice. In addition, they charge no fees if they do not recover for you and your family.

How Does Zantac & Ranitidine Cause Cancer?

The carcinogen NDMA causes cancer like all cancers do. They disrupt cell regulation and metabolic processes within the cell. All human body cells have the ability to divide but this is regulated at the cellular level. A carcinogen negates the cells ability to control cellular division. This leads to uncontrolled cell division, called mitosis, and tumors can result if the bodies immune system and lymph systems cannot remove these cancerous cells.

Zantac Recalls

Ranitidine is the active ingredient in Zantac. Due to the recent cancer causing allegations regarding Zantac many stores have removed it from it’s shelves. These stores include CVS pharmacy, Walgreen’s and WalMart among others.

The manufacturers, Sonofi and Apotex Corp, have also recalled Zantac. You can contact them directly for a refund.

Contact Our Firm Handling Zantac Injury Claims

Our accident and injury lawyers are handling Zantac cancer lawsuits and other types of Zantac injury claims nationwide. Please click here to begin your free consultation. They will review your Zantac case for free and charge nothing if they do not obtain benefits and financial compensation for you and your loved ones.

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