The state Court of Appeals today affirmed an $840,000 award to a Benton County couple because a Wal-Mart pharmacy gave the man the wrong medication. John and Kelli Kilgore sued the company after a Wal-Mart pharmacy in Siloam Springs gave him thyroid medication intended for a woman with the same last name. Her name was on the prescription bottle. John Kilgore`s prescription was for a medication to treat strep throat. The Kilgores` suit claimed the medication caused the man to suffer post-traumatic stress and depression. The court rejected Wal-Mart attorneys` arguments that Kilgore gave misleading testimony by saying that he paid the monthly 650-dollar cost of his medications when insurance picked up much of the cost. The verdict was not unanimous. Nine of the twelve jurors agreed with the verdict and the judgment amounts.