Children With Testicular Cancer May Be Eligible For Compensation

Popular Heartburn Medicine Used During Pregnancy Linked to Testicular Cancer


Pediatric Testicular Cancer

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You or a loved one may be entitled to compensation

If you or a loved one have used Zantac® (Ranitidine) while pregnant and now have a son that has been diagnosed with testicular cancer, you may be eligible to receive financial compensation.

In September 2019, the FDA released a public announcement stating that the popular heartburn medication Zantac® may lead to the development of testicular cancer due to high levels of NDMA, a cancer-causing carcinogen.


FDA Releases statement notifying doctors of NDMA contamination in Zantac® samples.

September 2019

The FDA Releases another warning highlighting the dangers of Zantac® use in pregnant women

December 2019

The Risks Behind Zantac®

For decades, physicians prescribed Zantac® and its generic version ranitidine to millions of expecting women suffering from heartburn related to their pregnancy. 

Now, thousands of women are seeking justice against zantac's® parent company, sanofi®, for endangering thousands of children and young boys.

Finding out if you are eligible for a settlement is 100% free!

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