The FDA demanded the removal of all Zantac and other Ranitidine products from the shelves because of the results of their extensive investigation, which revealed harmful impurities in the medicine.

Anyone taking zantac currently or any of its equivalents was told to:

  • Immediately stop taking the product
  • Discontinue the purchase of any such products without medical advice
  • Contact your physician to arrange a cancer screening
  • Safely dispose of medication by flushing it down the toilet

The FDA is asking anyone who was taking zantac, or any ranitidine based product to discontinue its usage and take the products to a safe drug disposal site if possible.

If you’re worried about receiving adequate ongoing treatment for pre-existing conditions, the FDA can provide you with a list of approved products and will work with your physician to help you reduce acid. There are many products in the market that do not contain the harmful contaminant NDMA.

How was the danger of Zantac identified?

The FDA works hard to regulate pharmaceutical companies to ensure that drugs that come to the market undergo exhaustive oversight and testing to ensure their safety. Despite the efforts the market has been flooded with drugs that were first seen safe but later recalled as they pose serious risks to customers. Many consumers continue to take these drugs completely unaware of any dangerous side effects and this would appear to be the case with ranitidine and zantac too.

In 2019 an online pharmacy highlighted some worrying results that they found when they were certifying and validating zantac they reported this to the FDA. They had found elements of NDMA known to be a contaminant that potentially causes cancer. At this point most retailers and pharmacies removed zantac from their shelves however they continue to sell other ranitidine products and did not inform consumers of the potential danger attached.

As a result, many people appear to have contracted cancers that can be directly linked to the consumption of zantac and other related products. Many attorneys have filed lawsuits against pharmaceutical companies and other manufacturers as it would appear they all they knew about the dangers attached to this product and willfully neglected to warn any of their consumers

Do I qualify for a Zantac or Ranitidine lawsuit?

To qualify for one of these lawsuits that the concert you’re suffering from can be directly linked to the consumption of a product manufactured by one of these pharmaceutical companies. By working with a group of experienced attorneys they will help test the evidence you provide, including your medical records and any pain and suffering that resulted from your cancer diagnosis.

If you consumed zantac or any other product for 3 months or longer and you’ve been recently diagnosed with one of these cancers, we advise you contact zantac and an attorney immediately – https://www.masstort.us/zantac-lawsuit/.

  • Testicular.
  • Bladder.
  • Uterine.
  • Kidney.
  • Liver.
  • Lung.
  • Thyroid.
  • Esophageal.
  • Intestinal.
  • Ovarian.
  • Stomach.
  • Breast.
  • Colorectal.

Researchers showed that your risk of contracting the cancers listed above is severely elevated when you have been exposed to higher doses of ranitidine, particularly over a long period.