HAVE YOU OR A LOVED ONE BEEN DIAGNOSED WITH CANCER AFTER TAKING ZANTAC®?
You May Be Entitled To Compensation.
Call the Dangerous Drug Lawyers At Freeburn Hamilton For Help At 717-777-7777.
Ranitidine, commonly known by its brand name Zantac®, is one of the most frequently used medications of all time. Zantac®, which belongs to the H2 blocker class, can be obtained by prescription or over the counter and is used to treat heartburn.
Unfortunately, independent laboratory testing found that the amount of the cancer-causing chemical, N-Nitrososdimethylamine (NDMA), is 3,171 times greater in Zantac® than the FDA’s daily limit for intake. Despite its mass use, more evidence has begun to show that there is a linkage between the drug and various types of cancer including:
- Kidney Cancer
- Liver Cancer
- Ovarian Cancer
- Pancreatic Cancer
- Bladder Cancer
- Stomach Cancer
- Intestinal Cancer
- Testicular Cancer
- Esophageal Cancer
- Colorectal Cancer
- Uterine Cancer
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with cancer subsequent to taking Zantac®, it is important that you contact a knowledgeable and experienced Pennsylvania Zantac® Lawsuit Attorney right away. Call Freeburn Hamilton for a free consultation at 717-777-7777.
Although it has not been officially recalled as it has in a number of other countries, U.S. pharmacies have started to voluntarily pull Zantac® and its generic counterparts from shelves in an effort to protect Americans from NDMA, what federal Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act of 1986 (ECPRA) categorized as “extremely hazardous.”
Get The Compensation You Deserve
Hold those to blame accountable. You may be entitled to:
- Medical Bills
- Lost Wages
- Medical Monitoring
- Lifetime Care
- Pain & Suffering
- & More
A powerful hepatotoxin, NDMA exposure can cause liver damage in just a short period of time, while long-term exposure to NDMA can increase your risk of many more illnesses and injuries. Symptoms of over-exposure to NDMA include:
- Abdominal Cramps
- Enlarged Liver
- Reduced Organ Function (Kidney, Liver, Lungs)
Other adverse effects include:
- Skin Rash
- Hair Loss
- Liver Failure
- Arrythmia (Irregular Heartbeat)
- Tachycardia (Rapid Heartbeat)
- Nervous System Disorders
- Vitamin B-12 Deficiency
- Low Blood Platelet Levels
- Increased Risk of Pneumonia
Freeburn Hamilton Can Help
If you or a loved one has received a cancer diagnosis after taking Zantac®, it can be extremely overwhelming. While cancer can take a physical and mental toll, you shouldn’t have to expend additional energy worrying about how to handle your case.
The experienced and compassionate Dangerous Drug Lawyers at Freeburn Hamilton will guide you each step of the way and fight for you to receive the compensation that you deserve. To learn more or to schedule a free consultation, call us at 717-777-7777 today.
The information contained in this page is general in nature and is not intended to be, nor may it be relied upon as legal advice. Freeburn & Hamilton, P.C. does not handle the type of matter discussed on this page, but will refer it to lawyers and/or law firms who do handle these types of matters.