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The FDA found Zantac to contain high levels of the probable human carcinogen Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA)
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Zantac & Cancer: A Clouded Picture

For decades, Zantac was a household name. It soothed heartburn, calmed acid reflux, and offered relief for millions. But in 2019, a dark cloud descended on the popular medication. Reports surfaced of a hidden contaminant – N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) – a probable carcinogen. This discovery sparked a wave of concern, leaving many Zantac users questioning: Could my heartburn relief have come at a terrible cost?

The NDMA Connection:

NDMA is a chemical classified as "probably carcinogenic to humans" by the International Agency for Research on Cancer. It's found in various sources, including smoked meats and some water supplies, but its presence in Zantac was a shock. The drug's active ingredient, ranitidine, was found to break down into NDMA over time, especially under high temperatures. This meant that older Zantac, or Zantac stored in hot conditions, could pose a higher risk.

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