November 11, 2012
DES is a wonderful organization and I am proud to be a member of it. Since finding out I was a DES daughter back in 1975 I felt very alone and unsure what all this meant to my health. Now I depend on DES Action through its listserve and newsletter to keep my updated and informed on what I need to know and what to do with the information. We are unfortunately all 'time bombs' and none of us really knows what the future holds, but with DES Action I feel that I can keep informed of the latest information. The listserve is an important way to find out what other DES daughters are feeling and what problems they are having that are unique to being a DES daughter. I am very thankful for DES Action.
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