After more than six hours of deliberation, a Philadelphia jury unanimously returned a defense verdict Wednesday in a lawsuit alleging that a hormone replacement therapy drug caused breast cancer in an Indiana woman who died of the disease.

The verdict in favor of drugmaker Wyeth came because the jury found a lack of factual causation of Cheryl Foust’s disease by her use of the HRT drug Prempro.

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