Wyeth hit with $134.5M judgment over hormone replacement drug

Oct 11, 2007 Full story: Newsday.com

A jury levied a $134.5 million judgment against Wyeth in a lawsuit filed by three Nevada women who claimed the company's hormone replacement drugs caused their breast cancer. via Newsday.com

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Philadelphia, PA

#1 Oct 12, 2007
This is a crime. If this company or any drug company stops making drugs to help people, then where will we be. How much of this willl actually go to the women? and how much to the lawyer?
Bonnie Manchak

Dallas, TX

#2 Oct 16, 2007
I had breast cancer in 1994 and had taken Premarin for 9 years prior to that time. When I was put on it, I asked the doctor how long I would have to take it and he smirked and answered "just as long as you don't want a broken bone" so I took it for 9 years until I was diagnosed. I say bravo to the women in Nevada and elsewhere who have won their lawsuits against Wyeth. How can I get involved in a class action suit???


#3 Sep 23, 2013
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