Zantac® Lawsuit Claims

Due to the discoveries of the FDA, those who have taken Zantac regularly for two months or more and are diagnosed with cancer 6 months later or more may be eligible for compensation. This compensation could help you cover medical expenses, lost wages, pain and suffering, and more. Perdue & Kidd has helped hundreds of people get compensation for their product injuries.

Cancer-Causing Over The Counter Medicine

The Food and Drug Administration recently revealed that the popular heartburn medication known as Zantac contains low levels of a cancer-causing contaminant known as NDMA. NDMA was previously identified in a blood pressure drug, leading to recalls.

“NDMA is a probable human carcinogen (a substance that could cause cancer). In the summer of 2019, the FDA became aware of independent laboratory testing that found NDMA in ranitidine. Low levels of NDMA are commonly ingested in the diet, for example, NDMA is present in foods and in water. These low levels would not be expected to lead to an increase in the risk of cancer.” (Per FDA)

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Zantac ® Recall Lawyer

If you or a loved one have had a long history of using the heartburn otc Zantac® and have developed cancer or any other life-threatening side effects. Contact us today. We are experienced lawyers who are dedicated to holding large pharmaceutical companies responsible for their negligence.

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