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Heartburn drug recall: What to do if you’re taking generic Zantac or antacids

10/01/2020

More harrowing carcinogens were found in popular generic medications. Here’s what the FDA says to do. This is an excellent week to stop taking generic Zantac: The FDA announced recalls of batches of ranitidine from two more manufacturers, Appco Pharma and Northwind Pharmaceuticals, due to the presence of a...
More harrowing carcinogens were found in popular generic medications. Here’s what the FDA says to do. This is an excellent week to stop taking generic Zantac: The FDA announced recalls of batches of ranitidine from two more manufacturers, Appco Pharma and Northwind Pharmaceuticals, due to the presence of a carcinogenic called NDMA, and last week an independent lab advised that the medication should be pulled from shelves entirely, because NDMA levels increase when the medication is stored in mild heat like a warm car or stuffy closet.Read Full Story More harrowing carcinogens were found in popular generic medications. Here’s what the FDA says to do. This is an excellent week to stop taking generic Zantac: The FDA announced recalls of batches of ranitidine from two more manufacturers, Appco Pharma and Northwind Pharmaceuticals, due to the presence of a carcinogenic called NDMA, and last week an independent lab advised that the medication should be pulled from shelves entirely, because NDMA levels increase when the medication is stored in mild heat like a warm car or stuffy closet.Read Full Story
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