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Anyone who was diagnosed with certain types of  cancer after taking Valsartan may now qualify for a significant cash settlement from the manufacturer. Time to file for compensation is limited! Complete the form below to check eligibility.

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In July 2018, the FDA announced a nationwide recall was issued for certain versions of generic valsartan and valsartan HCTZ, after it was discovered that they may be contaminated with an impurity known as N-nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA), which is a known human carcinogen. 


NDMA has been a known human carcinogen since at least 2005. The EPA has set a maximum daily limit of 96 nanograms of NDMA per day. However, recalled valsartan pills may have had levels of NDMA that exceed those safe limits, according to the FDA.


It appears that the manufacturers of generic valsartan failed to conduct adequate testing to ensure that the drugs were safe for consumers, potentially exposing them to a cancer-causing agent for years.

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