Avoid Rantac and Zantac - they are cancer causing

Known as Rantac and Zantac in India, ranitidine is still a heartburn go-to for many individuals and Doctors. But several countries suspended its sale in 2020 after it was found to contain cancer-causing compound.

Avoid it friends. more  

View all 7 comments Below 7 comments
If it's so, unable to understand as to why our government is not coming forward to ban such life risking drugs! more  
Is Renitidine is also harmful. Which is good tablet for Gas. Please reply at bkej@rediffmail.com more  
to my knowledge there are only nerly 250 medicines but the combiunations oif them clutter in all medical zshops and being given to patients. stop this menace. dipose of drug conroller and mediczal council. Like there has been nio ciovid but being foolked. more  
It is total system failure , being a larger firm in biotech , we are killing our own people , there has to be strict regulatory for medicine.. as law should take proper course for company getting and promoting these sort of ill effects in health of people more  
it is high time when not to allow our country for dumping of medicines.Our drugs controller and ministry of health and need to be clear where enough research is there to prove that it causes cancer and other ailments and banned by europe or usa or other countries we also need to take a similar view.Human lifes are as equally important as in other countries more  
Post a Comment

Related Posts

    • New Delivery Fraud Happening these days

      Where you get an order that you didnt order and the cancellation requires you to give an OTP. You give the OTP and the crooks withdraw from your bank account.

      By Vijaya Nair
      /
    • Book misleading ad givers and newspapers

      See attached herbals remedy selller from kerala claiming to make Delhi NCR breathe easier. Please penalise them for atleast 10 lakh CCPA/consumer affairs department. Every week we see misleading ad...

      By Radha Puri
      /
    • Major prices increases on ghee

      From ₹450 to ₹630 per litre in just two-and-half months, nandini has hiked its Ghee prices by over ₹180! What are people seeing across India?

      By Shirisha Kumar
      /
    • Misleading ad by Dabur

      Here is Dabur making you believe that their chavanprash will help u address all the smog and lung problems. LC Manager please escalate to the govt and get such advantage taking opportunists booked ...

      By Harsimran Kaur
      /
    • Railways looting and yet shaming the public

      To shame us, railway prints on each ticket that 53 pc discount has been given. They claim they have charged for just 47 pc of their cost. Take an example. Cost of full fare 3ac rajdhani (lowest cl...

      By Chunilal Malik
      /
    • Listing above MRP violations continue by ecommerce sellers

      Please see attached violation by Flipkart. Listed MRP higher than actual MRP. Why are platforms not able to catch these malpractices unless they dont want to and are part of the nexus?

      By Nirmala Chauhan
      /
    • Cough Syrup Made in India damaging kidneys causing death

      One Delhi based company Maiden Pharmaceuticals has been reported by the WHO to be causing kidney failures in 70 children and deaths in 30. The brand name it sells is called codiene and i...

      By Seema Mehra
      /
    • Rising Soap and detergent Prices killing household budgets

      Soap prices rise in 2021-22 is not 1% but 40-50%. See the retail price jump: Pears Rs 140 to Rs 252 Dove Rs 165 to Rs 280 Lux Rs 110 to Rs 198 Vim liquid Rs 132 to Rs 199 H...

      By Sarita S
      /
    • Good win LC - hair transplant studios to shut

      A new rule has come where hair transplant procedures can now only be done in proper hospitals and not places like Advanced Hair studio. They got cricket people like shewag and gambhir and duped peo...

      By Shikha Chhabra
      /
    • Flipkart - Beware

      Folks beware of buying anything from Flipkart. These people are quite cunning. They will take your order and wont ship most things till 10 days from now. Then they will decide in which ...

      By Anshu Saxena
      /
    • Hospital loots, helpless doctors

      All major hospitals were reported as overcharging centers. Pls know By opting for post-graduation in a private medical school, residents pay Rs 4 lakhs every month—tuition fee.

      By Neelima Verma
      /
Share
Enter your email and mobile number and we will send you the instructions

Note - The email can sometime gets delivered to the spam folder, so the instruction will be send to your mobile as well

All My Circles
Invite to
(Maximum 500 email ids allowed.)