November 7, 2012
I have known I was a DES daughter since the early 1970's. But it never interrupted my life until the mid 1990's when my pap was "abnormal" and the treatment seemed extreme. So I sought out advice and DES Action was my lifeline to proper care. With their unyielding help and resources I am knowledgeable about my exposure and proactive with my healthcare needs. DES Action continues to provide me support and the knowledge ... and knowledge is power. They are truly generous of time and energy. I know this well as both a longtime member and a volunteer.
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