“ It is really tiring to have to educate GPs when they should be the ones telling you they will take care of you. When you have to convince them, it makes you feel paranoid. There needs to be more awareness. It has been a battle for me … “
Faces and Voices of People exposed to Diethylstilbestrol
A tribute to the millions of lives upended by exposure to DES, diethylstilbestrol, synthetic estrogen, toxic chemical, and carcinogenic prescription drug. In photographic portraits and interviews, DES daughters, mothers, and sons tell, in their own voice, what it’s like to be DES-exposed. Today the DES story continues to unfold as research brings new findings to light. DES Stories rings with daring honesty—and points to broader concerns about the effects of endocrine-disrupting chemicals.