Zantac Cancer Lawsuit

Did you or a loved one have cancer after taking Zantac? You may be entitled to compensation.

If you took Zantac (ranitidine) and developed cancer, you may be entitled to compensation.

The popular heartburn medication known as “Zantac” is being pulled from pharmacy shelves due to concerns that the medication significantly increases the risk of contracting cancer. Dozens of lawsuits have already been filed and litigation has been consolidated in federal court as analysts expect the number of cases to swell into the thousands.

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Chappell, Smith & Arden, PA is actively investigating numerous Zantac cases. We have the ability to order your medical and pharmaceutical records and analyze your health history to inform you whether you may have a good case. Call us at 803-702-8910 or contact us using the form below for a free consultation about your potential Zantac case.

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Did you take Zantac?
If so, brand name, generic, or both?
Have you been diagnosed with cancer?
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

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Which Cancers are Implicated?

Many types of cancer are thought to be connected to Zantac use, though the science underlying the connection is still evolving. Presently these cancers are being investigated for a potential link to Zantac:

  1. Bladder 
  2. Brain
  3. Breast 
  4. Colorectal
  5. Esophageal, Throat
  6. Intestinal
  7. Kidney
  8. Liver
  9. Lung
  10. Multiple Myeloma
  11. Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma 
  12. Ovarian
  13. Pancreatic
  14. Prostate
  15. Stomach/Gastric
  16. Testicular
  17. Thyroid
  18. Uterine

ZANTAC® LAWSUIT FAQS

Start Your Free Consultation

Chappell, Smith & Arden, PA is actively investigating numerous Zantac cases. We have the ability to order your medical and pharmaceutical records and analyze your health history to inform you whether you may have a good case. Call us at 803-702-8910 or contact us using the form below for a free consultation about your potential Zantac case.

"*" indicates required fields

Did you take Zantac?
If so, brand name, generic, or both?
Have you been diagnosed with cancer?
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.