The FDA issued a recall on Zantac due to high levels of NDMA (Nitrosodimethylamine)
NDMA has been declared a probable human carcinogen by the World Health Organization and the Environmental Protection Agency
If you've used Zantac and suffered from any of these cancers you may be qualified for compensation
Due to high levels of NDMA, the FDA determined that the heatburn drug Zantac posed a risk to public health. NDMA is not only an ingredient in rocket fuel, it is used in lab tests to afflict animals with cancer. NDMA is classified as a probable carcinogen by the WHO and the EPA.
The FDA recommends no more than 96 nanograms of NDMA daily, but tests show a tablet of Zantac contains more than 3 million nanograms. Zantac has long known about the presence of NDMA in their product, yet they failed to alert consumers, doctors or regulators about its presence.They chose profitability over the safety of consumers.
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