November 7, 2012
Being a DES daughter is something that never goes away. I have worried about the side effects and health risks I would be facing since I was about 18. Now that I am 55, we are finding out that the health issues related to DES exposure will continue for a lifetime. DES Action National has been the greatest source of information for me. I had all the fertility issues, then the hysterectomy and now worry about my increased risk for breast cancer. When I need to know the facts, this is where I come. I am more informed and better prepared to protect my health because this organization makes information available that is not available elsewhere. I can count of Des Action to provide the information I need to be an informed and proactive about my healthcare.
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