Zantac Lawsuits: Cancer-Causing Substance Found in Heartburn Drugs

April 10, 2020

Zantac Lawsuits: Cancer-Causing Substance Found in Heartburn Drugs

Did you take Zantac (or another heartburn drug containing ranitidine) and subsequently develop cancer?  

Heartburn drugs based on the generic drug ranitidine have been found to contain the carcinogenic compound NDMA (N-nitrosodimethylamine).  

Lawsuits filed against the manufacturer maintain that Zantac contains levels of NDMA that are 26,000 times higher than the levels allowed by the FDA.

NDMA contaminated heartburn drugs may cause:

Mostyn Law is investigating claims against the manufacturer of Zantac and ranitidine heartburn drugs.  Know your rights!  

If you or a loved one took Zantac (or an over-the-counter medication containing ranitidine) after 1984 and were subsequently diagnosed with cancer, contact our offices for a free attorney consultation at 1-800-400-4000 or fill out our free case evaluation form below. 

We’ve represented thousands of victims across the country against bad drug and medical device companies.   We have the expertise and know-how to take on big pharmaceutical manufacturers, and we’ll fight aggressively to get you all the money you deserve.