Have You Taken Zantac Regularly and Been Diagnosed with Cancer?

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The online pharmacy, Valisure independently tested ranitidine, brand name Zantac. In a Citizen Petition to the FDA, they said that they found, “extremely high levels of NDMA, a probable human carcinogen, in every lot tested, across multiple manufacturers and dosage forms.

Zantac is used to treat the following conditions:

 Acid Indigestion

 Heart Burn

 Erosive Esophagitis

 Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD)

 Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome

Zantac's Active Ingredient is Found to Increase the Risk of Cancer.

Zantac has been Found to Contain High Levels of the Cancer Causing Chemical, NDMA

Drug-safety officials are looking into whether the heartburn medication Zantac contains levels of the probable carcinogen NDMA that could pose a danger to users.

Ranitidine, as the drug is known in generic form, is an antacid and antihistamine used to treat and prevent a range of gastrointestinal disorders. 

Makers of generic Zantac (Ranitidine), Sandoz and Novartis, have issued a recall after Carcinogen concerns.

PRODUCT RECALL