“Yes! desPLEX to prevent abortion miscarriage and premature labor. Recommended for routine prophylaxis in ALL pregnancies! Ninety-six percent live delivery with desPLEX in one series of 1200 patients – bigger and stronger babies, too. No gastric or other side effects with desPLEX – in either high or low dosage.”
This convincing sales pitch appeared in 1957, right in the middle of the thirty-three year period between 1938 and 1971 during which Diethylstilbestrol (DES) was prescribed regularly under the brand names Estrosyn, Palestrol, Domestrol, and more.
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