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Were You or a Loved One 
Diagnosed with Cancer After Taking Zantac?

The popular heartburn medicine Zantac has been shown to have an increased risk of causing certain cancers. Thousands of people have already filed claims to collect compensation.

Zantac settlement payouts have already started, with the overall settlement payout for 2024 expected to be billions of dollars.

You could be eligible for compensation for: 

Medical Expenses 

Lost Wages 

Pain & Suffering 

Wrongful Death 

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What is Zantac and Who’s Taking it?

Zantac is a commonly used medication meant to reduce stomach acid and treat heartburn.

It's been widely available in the US by prescription and over-the-counter.

Millions of people use Zantac regularly – from those experiencing occasional indigestion to those with chronic stomach issues.

It has been represented to the public as a safe drug and now further research has shown this drug to be extremely harmful with cancer causing ingredients.

Which Cancers Are Linked To Zantac?

Bladder Cancer 

Esophageal Cancer 

Liver Cancer 

Pancreatic Cancer 

Stomach Cancer 

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Why are People Suing Zantac Manufacturers?

In 2018, random quality testing showed that a Zantac had a poisonous chemical called NDMA in it.

Zantac was removed from retail shelves across the country due to the levels of NDMA in Zantac being so high that the FDA issued a public safety warning. In fact, one tablet of Zantac can contain over 3,000x the FDA-acceptable daily limit of NDMA.

Zantac customers who have developed cancer have taken legal action to demand compensation.

These cases are now grouped together in what’s called a Mass Tort – a lawsuit where many people come together to sue a company because they were all harmed in a similar way.

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How Bad Is NDMA For You?

To put it simply, NDMA is pure poison.  

NDMA is an “N-nitrosamines”, a family of potent carcinogens.It is a man-made chemical and is a byproduct of certain industrial processes (such as rocket fuel and pesticides).  

In the 1956 and in several studies since then, we learned that NDMA consistently demonstrated its ability to cause cancer in various animal species. The target organs for NDMA-induced tumors are primarily the liver, lungs, kidneys, and stomach.

NDMA has been found in Zantac's active ingredient ranitidine.

The amount of NDMA can increase over time. The longer Zantac sits on a shelf, the
higher the risk.

Zantac has been widely used across the United States, making the potential reach of this contamination extensive.

What Are The Signs And Symptoms of the Zantac-Related Cancers?

Abdominal Pain Or Discomfort 

Changes In Bladder Habits 

Unexplained Weight Loss 

Persistent Fatigue 

Itchy Skin 

Yellowing Of The Skin Or Eyes (Jaundice) 

How Do I Start A Zantac Claim? 

Start by answering a few questions about your usage and diagnosis.

Our experts will evaluate your case details, and help you start the process of claiming your compensation.

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Secure the compensation you rightfully deserve 

Partner with our top attorneys today to hold these manufacturers accountable. 

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Zantac Lawsuit Timeline

As of today, thousands of lawsuits have been filed against manufacturers of Zantac made with ranitidine. Jury trials have resulted in significant awards for the plaintiffs, with multiple cases highlighting the risk.


The next Zantac lawsuit to go to trial will be on November 13, 2023, in California state court. A win for plaintiffs would ignite an explosion of momentum for plaintiffs.


Big break: Three generic Zantac makers agree to pay $500,000 to settle a generic Zantac case a week before it was set to go to trial in Illinois state court. 


Random quality testing shows extremely elevated levels of the carcinogen NDMA in Zantac.  


Judges finalize the process of selecting cases for initial Zantac lawsuit trials. 

How Are These Cancers Diagnosed? 

Following the onset of symptoms, medical professionals often recommend:


Imaging tests 

Blood tests 


Prompt diagnosis can be crucial for effective treatment and better prognosis.

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Get Help Covering Medical Bills With A Zantac Claim

Being diagnosed with cancer is not only physically and emotionally taxing but also brings substantial financial burdens. From medical bills to lost wages, the costs can be overwhelming.

A successful Zantac claim can provide much-needed relief. Collecting compensation will financially help you with your cancer treatment resulting from your use of Zantac.

You and your loved ones deserve compensation for the suffering from the use of Zantac.

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