The Food and Drug Administration cautions that some Zantac (ranitidine) medicines that are used to treat heartburn are tainted with N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), a highly noxious carcinogenic contaminant. If you or a loved one is diagnosed with cancer after taking Zantac or any form of ranitidine contraceptive, you should contact lawsuit firms immediately.
There have been lawsuits from people diagnosed with cancer after using Zantac. All lawsuits are combined in one lawsuit at several firms such as Zantac antacid cancer lawsuit. Recently, lawyers have filed a second lawsuit against producers Sanofi and Boehringer Ingelheim for deliberately hiding the risk of cancer from doctors and the public.
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While there has been no response to Zantac, there are so many manufacturing firms that have stopped selling Zantac and all generic ranitidine while investigating cancer risk. While all this is happening, the pharmacy that discovered the carcinogens in Zantac and Ranitidine has filed a formal recall request with the Food and Drug Administration.
Instead of suing, attorneys at law firms, there are bringing of so many individual cases to help people with the most serious injuries resulting from incorrect treatment. It is possible to file a class-action lawsuit for anyone who has purchased Zantac or generic drugs contaminated with NDMA. However, class actions are not designed to maximize monetary compensation for you if you have been injured or died from a serious side effect such as cancer.