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Zantac was withdrawn from the market after it was found to contain extremely high levels of NDMA, a known human carcinogen.

This is an active lawsuit


Zantac Lawsuit Facts

  • Products

    Zantac, Ranitidine

  • Related Injuries

    Various Cancers

  • Status

    Cases are currently being filed

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Zantac Lawsuit Filing

Federal Zantac lawsuits are currently under appeal as the first Zantac trial is set for state court in California on July 24th, 2023.

Studies have shown that Zantac degrades over time to form the toxic compound NDMA, prompting the FDA to request the drug to be withdrawn.

Who May Be Affected


Countless long-term Zantac users may have developed cancer as a result of exposure to NDMA, the toxic compound which has been found in Zantac.

Zantac Injuries

Long term use of Zantac and other Ranitidine products can be linked to serious health complications. The most common injuries associated with Zantac and Ranitidine are:

  • Bladder Cancer

  • Liver Cancer

  • Pancreatic Cancer

  • Stomach Cancer

  • Esophageal Cancer

Criteria For Qualification

Law Firms throughout the country are currently accepting Zantac Lawsuits from patients who were diagnosed with cancers associated with the digestive system, which are most likely to be effected by the consumption of NDMA, the cancer-causing compound which has been discovered in Zantac.

What Are The Next Steps

If you or a loved one regularly used Zantac, or other products containing Ranitidine, and were later diagnosed with cancer - you may be entitled to financial compensation. Contact us today for a free case evaluation to find out if you qualify.

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