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Stomach Cancer Could Have Been Easily Treatable If Sanofi Warned of Zantac Cancer Sooner

Plaintiffs are infuriated that Sanofi allegedly covered-up what they knew about Zantac cancer

Wednesday, September 30, 2020 - Cancer is probably the most feared of all diseases because so many of its victims eventually die from the disease. Zantac, The popular and best-selling anti-heartburn and acid reflux medicine, is alleged to contain a substance that has caused thousands and maybe millions of people around the world to develop a wide variety of cancer like stomach, bladder, esophagus, intestinal, prostate, colon, and breast cancer. The average life expectance of cancer patients taken as a whole is about three to five years. How long one lives after their cancer diagnosis depends on how difficult the disease is to treat, and that depends on how early one discovers and treats the disease. Cancer has a latency period of around 10 years in general before the patients become aware they have a problem. Stage one cancer is localized and easier to surgically remove in most cases, and then treat the affected area with radiation. In stage four the disease has spread to a vital organ through the bloodstream and only dangerous chemotherapy is an option. Discovering and treating cancer early on is one good reason plaintiffs are infuriated that Sanofi, the maker of Zantac, may have failed to warn consumers of what they knew or had an obligation to know, for over a decade about Zantac having the likelihood of containing a cancer-causing substance. All the while, Sanofi pocketed billions of dollars of profits while keeping their mouths shut.

Sanofi's alleged fraud and negligence may have caused the cancer deaths of thousands of Americans and the US Government is investigating the company for wrongdoing. According to S&P Market Intelligence, "Sanofi and GlaxoSmithKline PLC are facing an investigation by the U.S. Department of Justice related to heartburn drug Zantac, which was recalled from the market in April on reports of cancer-causing impurities in the medicine. The U.S. DOJ and the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania gave notice of an investigation in June. The inquiry will look into allegations that pharmaceutical manufacturers violated the False Claims Act by failing to disclose information about the potential presence of N-Nitrosodimethylamine, or NDMA, in the drug, Paris-based Sanofi noted in its half-year financial report." If your or a loved one has developed cancer you should seek guidance from a Zantac Cancer Lawyer to see if you qualify to file a claim to be reimbursed for medical expenses, lost wages, pain, and suffering, and any other related damages you may have suffered including lump-sum punitive damages. educates people on the dangers of stomach cancer and what to look for that would indicate you may have it. NSFC describes the difficulty of diagnosing stomach cancer early. "Early-stage stomach cancer rarely causes symptoms, making early detection very difficult. Stomach cancer may or may not present with vague gastrointestinal symptoms, including indigestion, abdominal pain or discomfort, nausea, and vomiting, bloating, or the feeling of fullness when eating a meal (also called early satiety). " It is interesting to note that these symptoms mirror the type of discomfort people feel when they started to take Zantac.

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