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In September 2019, the online pharmacy Valisure informed the FDA that the company had found the carcinogen NDMA in some batches of the popular heartburn medication Zantac (ranitidine.) Shortly after the FDA issued an announcement, retailers pulled Zantac and generics from their shelves. Sanofi, Sandoz, and Apotex issued voluntary recalls for some lots of the drug.
Several cases have been filed around the country related to Zantac and its potential to cause cancer, mostly in federal court. The legal issues include preemption under Mensing due to generic ingestion. However, there remains potential liability against brand manufacturers in some states for ingestion of generic Zantac.