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Other Ranitidine Product Recalls

Recall stamp A drug recall is an action brought on by a pharmaceutical company to remove its defective product from the market. Recall on medications may be carried out by request of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) or on a company’s own accord. Recalls are the most effective way to protect everyone from potentially harmful or defective drugs. The FDA has advised pharmaceutical companies to recall their ranitidine products if levels of NDMA of more than 96 nanograms are found in samples. Any medication containing over 96 nanograms, or .32 parts per million, is above the acceptable daily ranitidine intake level. While the FDA posted laboratory results from its analysis of ranitidine samples, the agency made clear that the testing procedure, which revealed high levels of NDMA, utilized higher heat than normal body temperatures. As a result, the testing failed to replicate the typical conditions under which the drug would be taken or maintained.

Every day Jed Dietrich, Esq. and his top rated team of Buffalo, New York ranitidine cancer injury attorneys at the Dietrich Law Firm P.C. strive to provide the highest level of personal injury service to people who suffer from cancer and other illnesses linked to ranitidine products in Western New York. We understand the distress, fear and anxiety that you may be experiencing after receiving a cancer diagnosis. After a cancer diagnosis, your top priority should be obtaining treatment, and our team is here to help with the rest. Pursuing a product liability claim against the pharmaceutical company responsible for your suffering may be the only way to begin to recover. The Dietrich Law Firm P.C. will treat you with respect and compassion, and we are here to help you through this difficult time. Contact us today at 716-839-3939.




The FDA has requested all companies that manufacture ranitidine, as well as other related medicines (H2 blockers and proton-pump inhibitors), to perform their own laboratory tests that apply heat levels closer to normal body temperatures. As of January, there have been a wave of voluntary recalls of drugs containing ranitidine. The following pharmaceutical companies have all recalled their versions of Zantac:

  1. Sanofi;
  2. Perrigo;
  3. Lannett Company;
  4. Novitium Pharma;
  5. Amneal;
  6. Glenmark;
  7. Aurobindo;
  8. Northwind Pharmaceuticals (a.k.a. Denton Pharma);
  9. Appco Pharma;
  10. Sandoz (pharma division of Novartis);
  11. Golden State Medical Supply;
  12. Apotex; and
  13. Aurobindo

Chemists at Valisure believe that NDMA forms as a result of the ranitidine molecule reacting with something either throughout the course of manufacturing, while being stored, in finished dosage form or while the body is breaking it down. The above medicines have been recalled because they may contain unacceptable amounts of the potential carcinogen NDMA. Additionally, CVS, Target, Rite-Aid and Walgreens have all voluntarily taken Zantac and its generic equivalents off their shelves. If you recently purchased Zantac or another over-the-counter (OTC) medication containing ranitidine, CVS is currently offering patrons a full refund, and will continue to sell other OTC heartburn medications that do not contain ranitidine.

Austria, France, Canada and many other countries around the world have begun recalling all different forms of ranitidine products. It is important to note that thus far not every ranitidine medication currently marketed in the United States has been recalled. Some ranitidine products are still being sold. Further information regarding ranitidine recalls is readily accessible on the FDA’s NDMA in Zantac (ranitidine) webpage.

If you took an over-the-counter or prescription medication containing ranitidine and were diagnosed with cancer or any related illnesses, contact Jed Dietrich, Esq. and his top rated team of ranitidine cancer injury lawyers in Buffalo, New York at the Dietrich Law Firm P.C. for a free consultation. Each product liability lawsuit is unique. Therefore, you want an experienced lawyer who is ready to fight to hold the big pharmaceutical companies accountable for your injuries. Jed Dietrich, Esq. has been handling serious personal injury cases since 1999 and has the experience and proven results to help you get the compensation you deserve. Insurance companies have paid Jed Dietrich, Esq. over $175,000,000.00 in settlements and verdicts to resolve personal injury claims. Contact the Dietrich Law Firm P.C., recognized as a Best Law Firm of America, today at 716-839-3939 for your free consultation.

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