No Evidence of Contaminated Zantac In The Country

The country’s Chief Medical Officer has  declared that, there is no evidence of contaminated Zantac in the country.

This declaration is  coming from Dr. Rhonda-Sealey Thomas.

Zantac a popular drug for heartburn has recently  been pulled from shelves across the  United States.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA ) in a report  has indicated that the body has detected low levels of  a probable cancer causing chemical N-nitrosodimethylamine.

The FDA says the chemical is a known environmental contaminant found in water and foods, including meats, dairy-products and vegetables.

The country’s Chief Medical Officer says the issue is not relegated to all Zantac.

Doctor Sealey-Thomas added that the Ministry of Health has already conducted previous searches and will continue to closely monitor the situation.

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