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Former Zantac Users Should Watch For Gastro-Intestinal Cancer Symptoms

Doctors fear that people that may have cancer will avoid seeking a diagnosis for fear of leaving the house and possibly the Coronavirus

Thursday, May 28, 2020 - Hundreds of former Zantac antacid sufferers have filed lawsuits alleging that the world's best-selling heartburn medication caused them to develop one of a variety of types of cancer. These claims are being taken seriously by Sanofi, the drug's manufacturer, the public, and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) that warned that the heartburn medicine should be removed from drug store shelves and that doctors should stop prescribing the drug. Scientists fear that improperly storing Zantac tablets at higher than normal room temperatures could cause NDMA to increase to carcinogenic levels and beyond. They also fear that levels of NDMA that are hundreds of times greater than that believed to be safe by the FDA could result from mixing the drug with nitrite, the preservative found in processed meat. Nearly all medicine tables contain a small, safe level of NDMA, however, the elevated levels found in Zantac are now causing concern. Zantac antacid cancer lawsuit are handled by top national attorneys with a winning track record against pharmaceutical companies and offer a free no obligation consultation.

Sanofi immediately stopped selling Zantac when online research pharmacy Valisure reported finding disturbingly elevated levels of NDMA during routing drug purity testing, and the company reported their discovery to the FDA. N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) is an organic compound and better known as a by-product of manufacturing rocket fuel. Shockingly, NDMA is given to laboratory test rats to induce cancer for experimentation. Individual lawsuits are being filed on behalf of plaintiffs with an array of cancers such as breast, stomach, bladder, colon, prostate... and other gastrointestinal cancers. Millions of individuals all over the world took Zantac regularly and for decades and if the cancer allegations are true, we all may be in for life-threatening health problems.

If you are one of the people that I described above, it behooves you to do a quick self-examination to see if you may have the early symptoms of cancer that may be related to taking Zantac. If you have any of the symptoms you are urged to immediately contact and see your closest, trusted physician or at least email them to explain your symptoms. One of the greatest fears from the current Coronavirus pandemic is that those that suspect having cancer will cancel or postpone seeking medical advice in situations just like this. ABC News has already addressed the issue and has written a report worth reading titled: "Dramatic drop in cancer diagnoses amid COVID pandemic is cause for concern, doctors say." Cancer like the ones listed above may have a latency period of one to ten years so you should know the symptoms before the pain becomes obvious. ZME Science.com reports the following symptoms to look for if you suspect gastrointestinal cancer: "anemia related to intestinal bleeding, sudden and persistent changes in stool including diarrhea or constipation, episodes of pain, cramps, or gas in the abdomen, bloating or the gut never feels empty even after defecating, fatigue or weakness, Unexpected weight loss."

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