What is NDMA?

NDMA stands for Ni-nitrosodimethylamine.  NDMA is classified as a probable human carcinogen, which is a substance that causes cancer.  It is not only usd to manufacture rocket fuel, but it is also used to induce tumors in animals for laboratory experiments.  The FDA’s daily allowable limit is 96ng.   On September 13, 2019, FDA issued a statement that some ranitidine products contain NDMA at... read more?

What is the problem with Zantac antacid?

Valisure LLC and ValisureRX LLC conducted tests, finding very high levels of NDMA in all lots of ranitidine tested.  Valisure tests showed the NDMA concentration in a patient’s urine to be more than 15,000 times higher than the California drinking water limit.  A Stanford study studied NDMA levels in patients 24 before taking ranitidine and 24 hours. They found the NDMA levels in urine... read more?

Should I stop taking Zantac?

Zantac has been completely recalled, so you are no longer able to purchase it at the store. Doctors will no longer prescribe Zantac. Talk to your doctor before discontinuing use of any medication, and speak to him or her about any alternatives that may be available to you. ... read more?

What is the cancer causing ingredient in Zantac?

As mentioned above, some raniditine products like Zantac may contain NDMA. NDMA is a probable human carcinogen. ... read more?

How long must someone take Zantac before it could cause cancer?

Researchers continue to conduct studies on ranitidine and its likelihood of causing cancer. We are currently accepting cases where clients have used Zantac/ranitidine products anywhere from just a few months to several decades. ... read more?

Which cancers does Zantac cause?

Zantac may cause the following cancers.  This is a non-exhaustive list. The Ruth Law Team is actively filing complaints with the following diagnosed cancers: Bladder CancerEsophageal CancerGastric or Stomach CancerLiver CancerPancreatic Cancer Update Multi-District Litigation, November 19, 2021: Breast cancer and kidney cancer were excluded from the cancer’s being litigated in the... read more?