Reno, Nev., (AP) – A jury has levied a $134.5 million judgment against the pharmaceutical maker Wyeth in a lawsuit filed by three Nevada women who contended that the company’s hormone-replacement drugs had caused their breast cancer. It was the largest award to date against Wyeth, of Madison, N.J., which faces more than 5,000 similar lawsuits across the country in state and federal courts. The panel deliberated for two days before announcing its verdict late Wednesday in favor of Jeraldine Scofield, 75, of Fallon; Arlene Rowatt, 67, of Incline Village; and Pamela Forrester, 64, of Yerington. A Wyeth spokesman, Douglas ... Read More
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