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Zantac® Continues to Cause Cancer in Victims

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  • Bladder Cancer
  • Small Intestine/Colorectal Cancer
  • Stomach Cancer
  • Pancreatic Cancer
  • Esophogeal Cancer
  • Liver Cancer
  • Gastric Cancer


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There is a long history marking the alleged dangers of Zantac® (aka ranitidine®) use


Glaxo Holdings Ltd® (now known as GSK® or GlaxoSmithKline®) invented Zantac® and began selling it in 1983.

This H2 blocker drug, technically known as a histamine H2 -receptor antagonist, reduces acid produced by stomach cells.

The issue is that while Zantac® has been marketed for long-term maintenance use, it was first approved for short-term use only by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA)--primarily for its potential to cause cancer in long-term use.

Not only that, but Zantac® should also not be taken with certain foods (or with any foods at all based on some studies) due to its potential to create carcinogenic chemicals in the body.

Zantac® and Vitamin C:

  • Some studies showed that adding Vitamin C to the Zantac® formula might reduce its carcinogenic effects
  • Glaxo Holdings Ltd® not only failed to add Vitamin C, they failed to warn consumers of the carcinogenic potential of the drug

Earlier reports and statistics highlight the dangers of conditions resulting from Zantac® (aka ranitidine®) use


Very Well Health reveals that since 1983, the FDA Adverse Event Reporting System (FAERS) has received a total of 73,240 cases with a negative effect of Zantac®.

This includes:

  • 55,891 serious cases
  • 4,926 deaths
  • 66% of cases were linked to cancer

18,739,686 people in the United States were prescribed Zantac® in 2018–1,094 cases involving Zantac® were reported to the FDA in the same year.1 

According to USA Today, a 2016 Stanford University research study indicated that urine samples of 10 people who took a 150-milligram tablet of Zantac® and found NDMA (a known carcinogen) levels far greater than the FDA's daily limits.2 

1 https://www.verywellhealth.com/zantac-cancer-5096869

2 https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/health/2019/11/07/how-did-zantac-become-potential-cancer-risk-fda-wants-find-out/2509043001/

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