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Federal Court Dismisses Zantac Lawsuits

December 29, 2022   |  
Dismissal Affects Over 50,000 Cancer Claims Against Zantac A federal judge overseeing multi-district litigation (MDL) has dismissed more than 50,000 Zantac lawsuits, alleging that the popular heartburn medication caused various types of cancer. In her decision, Judge Robin Rosenburg found that experts testifying on behalf of plaintiffs failed to demonstrate...
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Who Made Zantac?

December 8, 2021   |  
Zantac was once one of the most popular heartburn medications on the market. However, after a probable human carcinogen, N-Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), was found in Zantac, it triggered a slew of Zantac lawsuits and a nationwide recall. Now, consumers have deep concerns about the safety of this product. Of course, the...
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First Zantac Trial Scheduled in California

September 22, 2021   |  
Following a wave of consumer lawsuits against the makers of popular heartburn medication Zantac, a California state court judge has scheduled the first Zantac trial. The first Zantac “bellwether” trial is set to take place on October 10, 2022, in Oakland, California. First Zantac Bellwether Trial This is the first...
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Court Rules Against Generic Zantac Lawsuits

July 28, 2021   |  
There is huge news in Zantac cancer lawsuits. In early July 2021, a federal court ruled against plaintiffs in generic Zantac lawsuits, saying that manufacturers of generic Zantac cannot face litigation alleging that their generic ranitidine causes cancer. The ruling affects thousands of lawsuits alleging that generic versions of Zantac...
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Sanofi Accused of Destroying Emails in Zantac Lawsuits

May 14, 2021   |  
Missing Zantac Emails Raise Troubling Questions Did one of the primary defendants in Zantac lawsuits destroy evidence on purpose? Sanofi, one of the primary manufacturers of brand-name Zantac, announced that thousands of emails related to ongoing Zantac lawsuits were “not preserved as intended.” The missing Zantac emails may significantly impact...
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Zantac MDL and Litigation Update: What’s Happening with Zantac Lawsuits?

December 9, 2020   |  
Zantac and ranitidine manufacturers face allegations that they ignored cancer risks associated with Zantac and ranitidine, and Zantac lawsuits are heating up. Thousands of claims alleging that Zantac causes cancer have been filed since an independent lab released an alarming report and the FDA issued its own Zantac warning. This...
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What Potential Compensation is Available in a Zantac Lawsuit?

September 16, 2020   |  
As Zantac lawsuits heat up across the country, many are asking, “What compensation is available in Zantac cancer lawsuits?” Zantac, the brand name for the generic drug ranitidine, is contaminated with NDMA, which has been identified as a probable human carcinogen. It may have put thousands at risk for developing...
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What Are the Symptoms of Cancer Caused by Zantac?

September 16, 2020   |  
If you’ve seen the news that Zantac can cause cancer due to NDMA contamination, you may be wondering, “What are the symptoms of cancers caused by Zantac?” It’s a difficult question because so many cancers are potentially linked to Zantac. In fact, at least 20 different types of cancer have...
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“How Can I Prove My Cancer Was Caused by Zantac?”

September 10, 2020   |  
Zantac, the brand name for the generic drug ranitidine, contains NDMA, which the FDA has identified as a probable human carcinogen. Based on the most current research, taking Zantac may put you at risk for developing as many as 20 different types of cancers. Many of our Zantac lawsuit clients...
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Does Zantac Cause Ovarian Cancer?

September 4, 2020   |  
In the wake of recent Zantac cancer claims, many are asking, “Does Zantac cause ovarian cancer?” Popular acid-blocking drug Zantac (brand name for the generic drug ranitidine) is now known to contain cancer-causing NDMA, and based on the most current scientific findings, Zantac may have put thousands of people at...
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