Zantac® & Cancer Lawsuit

NDMA, a cancer-causing substance, has been linked to Zantac

You May Qualify for Significant Compensation

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Financial Compensation May Be Available Through a Zantac Lawsuit for Individuals Diagnosed with Any of the Following Types of Cancers:

  • Bladder Cancer
  • Esophageal Cancer
  • Gastric Cancer
  • Liver Cancer
  • Pancreatic Cancer
  • Stomach Cancer
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We are currently reviewing potential class action lawsuits and individual cases for Zantac Users diagnosed with Cancer. According to allegations being presented, the pharmaceutical companies manufacturing Zantac have:

  • Failed to Properly Research the Side Effects of Zantac Before Introducing the Drug.
  • Knew or should have Discovered That Zantac Exposes Users to Unsafe Levels of the Carcinogen NDMA.
  • Failed to Give Warning About Zantac’s Possible Link to Cancer.
  • Failed to Promptly Issue Zantac Recalls or Safety Warnings for Users and the Medical Community.

Criteria for Lawsuit Review:

  • Use Zantac, Zantac OTC or Generic Ranitidine
  • Exposure to the Medication for at Least 3 Months; AND Diagnosed with Bladder Cancer, Stomach Cancer, Small Intestine Cancer, Colorectal Cancer, Esophageal Cancer or Other Digestive Tract Cancers
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Zantac (Ranitidine) and High Levels of Cancer Causing Chemical

Side effects of Zantac may have exposed users to high levels of the Cancer-causing chemical N-Nitroso dimethylamine (NDMA).

Lawsuits are being reviewed nationwide for individuals meeting the criteria and who are suffering from Cancer.

Zantac was first introduced in 1983, as the first member of a new drug class of medication, known as histamine H2-receptor antagonists (H2 blockers).

Zantac was widely marketed and used as a safe treatment for heartburn, acid indigestion, sour stomach, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) and other conditions.

NOW, it appears that the side effects from Zantac may carry a much more serious risk of Cancer.

Find out if you or a loved one may be entitled to a Zantac settlement for a cancer diagnosis that may have been avoided by using a different heartburn medication.

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Following Exposure for Only a Few Months, Experts Indicate That NDMA May Result in the Development of Cancer from ZANTAC/RANITIDINE.

Individuals Have the Right to Know the Facts About the Cancer Risks Associated with Zantac!

According to the Insurance Research Council, Injured Persons Who Hire Attorneys Receive 40% Higher Settlements on Average.

We Are Dedicated and Compassionate Professionals Who Care About your Wellbeing, Our Team Has Successfully Represented Zantac Cancer Cases.

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