Until now, official studies still work to link NDMA, Zantac, and certain types of cancer together. However, the fact that people have taken drugs for decades and have suffered from various types of gastrointestinal cancer showing a potential link. The doctor recommends Zantac to their patients with guarantees it is safe to use and has no adverse side effects.
However, NDMA is a known carcinogen which means people have been willing to take drugs that can kill them for a very long time. The FDA does not take risks and has attracted drugs from the shelf, but it might be too late for thousands of people.
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We are interested in talking to people who are regular Zantac users (with recipes and/or over-the-counter) for at least one year before developing:
- Stomach cancer
- Kidney cancer
- heart cancer
- lung cancer
- Testicular cancer
- Esophageal cancer
- Pancreatic cancer
- Throat cancer
- Pediatric cancer
N-nitrosodimethylamine, or NDMA in short, is nitrosamine found in some foods and on man-made compounds. This is prevalent in the environment even though it is damaged quickly when exposed to air. When digested in high amounts, NDMA can cause severe liver disease with or without cancer.