Tennessee Zantac Cancer Lawsuits

National drug store chains such as CVS and Walgreen’s have recently removed the common heartburn medicine Zantac from their shelves. Zantac, brand name for ranitidine, contains a carcinogen called NDMA. Zantac has recently been linked to various types of cancers. Please click here to contact our mass tort attorneys handling Tennessee Zantac cancer lawsuits. They provide free case reviews and charge no fees if they’re unable to obtain compensation for you.

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Cancers Linked To Zantac

The antacid drug Zantac is linked to many cancer types such as bladder cancer, brain cancer, lung cancer, pancreatic cancer, stomach cancer as well as testicular cancer in newborn males. No matter what type of cancer you are facing you may be entitled to benefits and financial compensation if you have a history of taking Zantac or ranitidine.

Contact Our Attorneys Taking Tennessee Zantac Cancer Lawsuits

Our nationwide team of Tennessee Zantac injury lawyers can be contacted here. They offer free case evals and charge no fees if they do not recover for you. You can also visit our Zantac cancer lawsuits video channel as well as our Facebook page regarding Zantac lawsuits.

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