College Station Zantac Lawyer
If you have taken Zantac or another ranitidine-based drug for stomach ulcers, heartburn or other stomach issues and experienced any health problems, please seek immediate medical treatment. Then contact Chad Jones Law. One of our experienced College Station Zantac lawyers could review your case and explain your legal options. You can trust our dangerous drugs attorneys to fight for your rights, every step of the way.
Recent studies have found that some Zantac users may develop cancer because of the elevated levels of certain carcinogens (substances that cause cancer) have been found in this medication. In response, the company and the government have taken steps to remove this dangerous medication from store shelves, but the damage has already been done.
FDA warning about Zantac and Ranitidine Products
In early April 2020, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) urged manufacturers of drugs containing ranitidine (an active ingredient in Zantac) to stop selling these medications. The FDA made its recommendation due to recent studies that revealed elevated levels of N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), a carcinogenic chemical that causes cancer.
In response, many people have taken legal action against manufacturers of drugs containing ranitidine, including filing Zantac cancer lawsuits against Sanofi, the French-based pharmaceutical company that manufactures this drug. Our Zantac cancer attorneys at Chad Jones Law in College Station are currently actively reviewing legal cases. We have the knowledge, experience, and determination you need to win your case.
The FDA’s on-going investigation focuses on increased levels of a contaminant in the drug, which, over time, pose a risk to public health. Specifically, scientists are investigating a possible link between ranitidine use and cancer.
The Link Between Zantac and Cancer
On-going scientific studies have found that some people who take Zantac or other drugs containing ranitidine have been diagnosed with cancer. The first warning sign that something could be wrong first appeared in September 2019, when the FDA issued an advisory about increased levels of N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) in certain Zantac users.
That same month, several stores (including Walmart, Walgreens and CVS) announced they would stop selling drugs that contain ranitidine, including Zantac. Then in October 2019, Sanofi voluntarily recalled this medication from stores in Canada and the United States.
Contact a College Station Zantac Attorney
Many law firms avoid challenging legal cases involving dangerous drugs like Zantac. We thrive on them. Multinational pharmaceutical companies like Sanofi, which manufactures Zantac, do not intimidate us. We know the law and understand how the legal system works. If it means filing a lawsuit against Sanofi, our College Station Zantac lawyers are prepared to go the distance for you.