Cancer is a ravaging disease that decreases quality of life and claims far too many lives every year. Many people are enduring medical treatment for Zantac-related cancer. In this case, you should be aware that you have legal rights. Secure these rights by talking with an attorney today.
It’s been well over a year since independent labs found the known carcinogen known as NDMA (N-nitrosodimethylamine) in samples of the heartburn medication Zantac and its generic form ranitidine. NDMA is sometimes found in extremely low levels in food, water, and medications. However, it has been discovered in high levels in many Zantac samples. Furthermore, NDMA can increase when combined with stomach acid upon consumption, when stored at high temperatures or stored over long periods of time.
Many cancer patients, their families, and other injured previous Zantac users are turning to the well-versed Chicago Zantac lawyers at Malman Law for help.
Zantac and ranitidine have been linked to numerous types of cancer in patients of all ages and backgrounds. The following types of cancers could be caused by previous Zantac use:
Our Chicago Zantac attorneys can help if you or a loved one recently received a cancer diagnosis of any type which might be linked to Zantac use.
While cancer treatment is much more successful than it used to be, it still isn’t pleasant. Recommended treatment modalities depend on the location and type of cancer, how progressed it has become, and the individual’s health status. Unfortunately, some of these treatments can cause terrible side effects that significantly reduce cancer patients’ quality of life. Treating cancer can also be extremely expensive. Potential treatments for Zantac-linked cancer includes any one or combination of the following:
We offer complimentary case reviews for cancer patients or others who believe they may have been injured by taking Zantac and their families. Meet with a knowledgeable Chicago Zantac attorney at Malman Law today by calling (312) 629-0099 or use our easy online contact form.