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The FDA warned that heartburn medication, Zantac, and other generic products containing ranitidine, which are common heartburn medications available in both prescription and over-the-counter versions, have been shown to be inherently unstable and form NDMA, a human carcinogen. NDMA is used in aviation fuel and industrial lubricants. It is also a by-product of several industrial processes, including gasoline refining and the treatment of wastewater containing nitrogen. Many drugstores are now pulling Zantac and generic Ranitidine products off the shelves. Our law firm is accepting clients who took Zantac and have been diagnosed with cancer.
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If you currently take this medication or used it in the past, and you think you are experiencing Zantac cancer symptoms, contact your physician or another health care professional to discuss your options. If you or a loved one have been diagnosed with cancer after taking Zantac or ranitidine to treat heartburn, please complete the below form, and one of our attorneys will review your information, and respond to you. If you wish to speak with us, please call (937) 729-2458. Thank you for considering our law firm. We are pleased to provide you this absolutely free and confidential case evaluation.