DES Daughters Seek Legal Action, Claim Breast Cancer Link

Jackie White, 48, of Centerburg, Ohio, says she knew she was a so-called "DES daughter" since her the early teens. White says her mother told her she took DES while pregnant. The synthetic estrogen was intended at the time to prevent birth complications and miscarriage. But a decade after White was born, researchers found the hormone broke through the uterine barrier and left many children whose mothers took the hormone at risk for reproductive complications. Since then, she says she was...Full Story
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