Have you used heartburn medication such as Zantac or ranitidine?
The over-the-counter heartburn medications, Zantac and its generic store brands, have been linked to cancer.
According to the FDA, Zantac and ranitidine contain NDMA, a known cancer-causing agent.
NDMA has been linked to cancers of the liver, kidney, pancreas, ovaries, esophagus and other cancers.
NDMA is one of the strongest cancer-causing agents, both in single doses and in smaller doses over time.
If you or a loved one have taken a heartburn medication such as Zantac or ranitidine and have had cancer, you may be entitled to substantial compensation without going to court.
Call the Negligence Network if you or a loved one have ever taken heartburn medications such as Zantac or store-brand ranitidine and were diagnosed with cancer in the past 10 years.
You may be entitled to a cash award—call now to see if you qualify for FREE!