Late last year, we discussed early concerns over Zantac and generic brands of ranitidine. In September 2019, a private lab reported that it found unacceptable levels of the carcinogen nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) in ranitidine medications. Then, in April 2020, the FDA requested sales of Zantac and all generic ranitidine products to stop and advised anyone who uses the product to cease doing so. The agency found unacceptable amounts of NDMA in some ranitidine medications and determined that levels of the substance could increase the longer a product was stored.
Those exposed to NDMA may be at risk of the following:
- Liver cancer
- Colorectal cancer
- Kidney cancer
- Stomach cancer
Now, Arnold & Itkin’s Zantac lawyers are representing those who’ve developed cancer while taking ranitidine products. We’re asserting that Sanofi, the current owner of Zantac, and other producers of ranitidine medications failed to test their products and warn consumers about their dangerous levels of NDMA. This problem is particularly distressing because Zantac became the second $1 billion drug when it was released in the 1980s and was eventually approved for as an over the counter drug in 2004. In other words, a significant amount of people might have had their lives changed because of the pharmaceutical industry’s failure to test for NDMA impurities in ranitidine. This is unacceptable, and we’re ready to hold them accountable.
Find Out If You Have a Case by Visiting Our Zantac Lawsuit Website
It’s not too late to find out if you have a case with our Zantac lawyers. Just visit our Zantac lawsuit website to fill out our simple form. We’ll help you discover your options at no cost. At Arnold & Itkin, our Zantac lawsuit attorneys know how much is at stake for those suffering from a dangerous drug. We’ve never hesitated to stand up to irresponsible companies, no matter how large, powerful, and intimidating they are. In fact, our team recently secured an $8 billion verdict against one of the largest companies in the world: Johnson & Johnson. We know what it takes to win, we’re willing to fight for the results you need, and we’ll never accept less than a client deserves.
To get the process started, visit our Zantac lawsuit website. Filing out a form there is free, takes minutes, and will help you discover what your options are.