Zantac® and Ranitidine recalled due to cancer link!

Popular Heartburn Drugs Zantac® and Ranitidine have been linked to cancer. Those diagnosed with certain cancers may be eligible for financial compensation!

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studies now link zantac® To Many Cancers Such As:

  • Prostate Cancer
  • Pediatric Cancer
  • Colorectal Cancer
  • Stomach Cancer
  • Liver Cancer
  • Testicular Cancer
  • Kidney Cancer
  • Bladder Cancer
  • Pancreatic Cancer
  • Brain Cancer

The Dangers Behind Zantac®

Zantac's® manufacturer, Sanofi®, has recalled it's heartburn medication following an FDA (Food and Drug Administration) warning that the medication created a cancer-causing carcinogen known as NDMA after it was consumed. Follow up studies have confirmed dangerous levels of NDMA being present.

Additionally, several manufacturers of the generic versions of Zantac® have also recalled their products due to NDMA contamination. Both generic and name-brand forms of Zantac® have been found to create NDMA as a by-product in the human body.


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Zantac® In The News

Thousands Join Class Action Lawsuit Against Zantac’s® Manufacturers - 2020

Thousands of Americans have joined class-action lawsuits to hold the multi-billion dollar drug companies accountable for causing consumers irreparable harm. Many patients who took Zantac®, or its generic form ranitidine, are suffering from serious side effects including stomach cancer, bladder cancer, pancreatic cancer, testicular cancer, and much more.

Unacceptable Levels of NDMA Found in Zantac® - October 2019

The FDA stated that it had found “unacceptable levels” of NDMA (a cancer-causing carcinogen) in samples of Zantac® and ranitidine. GlaxoSmithKline®, the drugs original manufacturer, also agreed to recall all prescription-only forms of Zantac® from the market.

CVS® Says It Will Stop Selling Zantac® and Generic Ranitidine - September 2019

CVS® drugstores will no longer sell Zantac® or its generic form ranitidine in their stores. Other stores that have stopped selling Zantac® and ranitidine include Walmart® and Rite Aid®.

Zantac® Generic Manufacturers Come Under Fire For Contamination - July 2018

By 2018, healthcare regulators in the United States and Europe raised concerns about a Chinese generic drug manufacturer Zhejiang Huahai Pharmaceuticals® after large traces of NDMA, a cancer-causing carcinogen, was found in its other popular medications. This lead investigators to find that the NDMA contamination spread to a wide variety of the company’s generic drugs, including it’s Zantac® (ranitidine) versions.

Pfizer® Gets Approval for Zantac® Sales by FDA - 2004

By 2004, Pfizer® also received approval for the sale of Zantac® over-the-counter versions inside the United States. With time, the pharmaceutical giant went through various transactions with other multi-billion dollar corporations such as Johnson & Johnson® and Sanofi®, all of which sold the popular heartburn medication in the United States

Zantac® (Ranitidine) Loses Its Patent - 1997

By 1997, Zantac’s® proprietary patent had expired. This lead the way for multiple pharmaceutical companies to produce their own “generic” (a.k.a non-name brand) versions of Zantac® with the active ingredient ranitidine.

Over-the-Counter Forms of Zantac® Approved - 1995

In the first quarter of 1995, Glaxo Holdings® had received FDA approval to sell an over-the-counter version of one of the world’s best-selling drugs. During this time, Zantac® was only available in 75mg doses over the counter, whereas a 150mg or 300mg dose still required a physician’s prescription.

Zantac® Becomes Best-Selling Drug - 1988

By 1988, Zantac® had grown to become the world’s best-selling drug. In addition, the drug reached a milestone of over $1 billion in yearly sales due to the high demand in prescription sales.

Zantac® Receives FDA Approval - 1983

Zantac® (ranitidine) was first approved by the Food and Drug Administration in 1983 as a short-form treatment of ulcers. Glaxo Holdings®, the company that first created Zantac®, was able to get the drug approved for use in 31 countries around the world. However, during this time, Zantac® was only available as a prescription.

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