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    What Do We Know About the Zantac Lawsuits?

    Zantac is a popular over-the-counter medication meant to treat and prevent heartburn as well as other gastroesophageal issues. Ranitidine (the generic name for Zantac) is an H2 blocker (known as antacids) and it works by decreasing the amount of acid in the stomach. This reduction of acid is effective for treating heartburn, GERD, ulcers and other gastrointestinal issues. It is also widely used to treat allergies. It is boasted to start working in 30 minutes and keep working for up to 12 hours. Zantac can be widely obtained without a prescription in low doses, and with a doctor’s prescription in higher doses. It has been on the market since the 1980s and at one point was the 50th most prescribed drug at 15 million prescriptions a year.

    What Compensation is Recoverable in a Zantac Lawsuit?

    The current Zantac lawsuits that are filed are quite new and have not reached a conclusion yet, so it is not possible to guess the amount that might be recoverable in a Zantac lawsuit. Those looking for compensation in a Zantac Lawsuit in [city] should seek the advice of an attorney first and foremost. Hundreds of cases are currently pending and an attorney will be able to help guide you to the right options.

    Have there been any Zantac Recalls or Warnings?

    In April 2020, the FDA and drug manufacturer Sanofi announced a request for Zantac and other ranitidine products to be removed from shelves and pharmacies. This came after decades of this product’s availability to the public. For many people, the damage of taking Zantac for years to treat their gastrointestinal issues was already done.

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