Diagnosed with Cancer After Taking Zantac?

This video features Wayne D. Parsons, a Medical Malpractice attorney based in Hawaii.

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Video Transcript:

Rob Rosenthal:

What should you do if you've taken Zantac and been diagnosed with cancer? We ask Hawaii attorney Wayne Parsons for this AskTheLawyers Quick Question.

Wayne Parsons:

Well, first of all, they should obviously make sure they get to a good oncologist and they follow their doctor's advice. The second thing they should do is contact a lawyer who handles Zantac cases and find out if their case qualifies for them to make a claim. The thing about Zantac is there's 16 or 18 different cancers that are caused by the defect in the Zantac product. So there's a lot of different kinds of cancers, and all these people aren't talking to each other, the thing they have in common is they all took Zantac, so they should go to a lawyer who can evaluate their case. If they qualify, the process is fairly simple. It doesn't cost them any money, they're gonna get... It's gonna be a contingency fee. Contact a lawyer and find out if you have a case. That's what my advice would be.

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