November 9, 2012
I'm a 62 year old DES daughter who found DES Action soon after I found out I was exposed to DES. They have been a consistent reliable source of information as I have gone through symptoms, biopsies, bleeding, and infertility. Amid all the misinformation about DES that is still written, DES Action has been truthful, scientifically-based, and trustworthy. The listserv for DES daughters has been invaluable in getting to know what's happening in the lives of others and asking questions that women can answer from their own experience. DES Action has worked so hard with the CDC and others to publicize the health effects of DES and this medical injustice.
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