Why do so few people know about DES and the damage its caused? DES seems to be in the shadows of thalidomide—so much so that it’s been referred to as the ‘silent thalidomide‘ in the press. The obvious difference between DES and thalidomide is that the effects of thalidomide are clearly visible at birth. DES acts more like a time-bomb … over three generations … yet few people know about DES … out of sight out of mind!
Read ” You’ve Heard of Thalidomide Babies, what about DES Babies?‘
lawyersandsettlements, February 21st, 2012.
More DES DiEthylStilbestrol Resources
- DES studies on cancers and screening.
- DES studies on epigenetics and transgenerational effects.
- DES studies on fertility and pregnancy.
- DES studies on gender identity and psychological health.
- DES studies on in-utero exposure to DES and side-effects.
- DES studies on the genital tract.
- Papers on DES lawsuits.
- DES videos and posts tagged DES, the DES-exposed, DES victims.
2 thoughts on “What about DES Babies?”
Thanks for sharing our article about DES being sadly like thalidomide all over again. While we have, and continue, to report on DES and DES Daughters (and potentially even sons), it’s an issue that does not get enough visibility in most media outlets.
Lawyers and Settlements
Thank you. Hopefully we have helped a bit too to spread DES awareness to the general public 🙂