There is No Doubt that DES was a Massive Medical Mistake

DES Action Australia – DES Daughters and Tall Girls, 60 Minutes, 1999

Video published on 24 September 2016 by DES Action Australia.

Includes interviews of Pat Cody, former President of DES Action USA and Dr Jules Black, Queensland Gyneocologist and sexuality expert, about the silence around the DES issue and the difficulties to push for a much needed Australian DES National Public Education Campaign 10 years after the USA first DES national campaign launched in 2001.

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DES Action USA Board Meeting, April 2010

The last one around Pat’s dining room table

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With Michael Freilick, Litsa Varonis, Pat Cody, Fran Howell, Jill Vanselous Murphy, Kari Christianson.

Taking the photo: Patti Negri.
Image sources: DES Action USA Facebook images.

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DES Voices, From Anger to Action

Book written by Pat Val Cody, DES health activist and co-founder of DES Action USA

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DES Voices by Pat Val Cody

Take a new estrogen promoted by the pharmaceutical companies. Add doctors ready to believe in another miracle drug. Take post-World War II women desperate to have a baby after miscarrying. Continue prescription for years. The result is the tragedy experienced by million of DES-exposed mothers, daughters, sons and perhaps grandchildren. This is the story of what they did about the drug disaster that changed their lives. ”

Read DES Voices, a book written by Pat Val Cody, DES health activist and co-founder of DES Action USA.
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DES Voices, From Anger to Action

By Pat Val Cody, DES health activist and co-founder of DES Action USA

DES Voices, From Anger to Action
Take a new estrogen promoted by the pharmaceutical companies. Add doctors ready to believe in another miracle drug. Take post-World War II women desperate to have a baby after miscarrying. Continue prescription for years. The result is the tragedy experienced by million of DES-exposed mothers, daughters, sons and perhaps grandchildren. This is the story of what they did about the drug disaster that changed their lives.

Read DES Voices, a book written by Pat Val Cody, DES health activist and co-founder of DES Action USA.

More DES DiEthylStilbestrol Resources