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And now for a hot flash

Fifty years ago a doctor said to my mother, in effect, "Just take the DES." Probably he didn't even name the stuff, just prescribed it, in a case that has become the poster child for bad medicine. DES is a synthetic estrogen that was said to prevent miscarriage, but didn't. What it did was cause can... Full description

Journal Title: Newsweek 2002-07-29, Vol.140 (5), p.64-64
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  • United States
  • Women
  • Women's health
  • Womens health
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description: Fifty years ago a doctor said to my mother, in effect, "Just take the DES." Probably he didn't even name the stuff, just prescribed it, in a case that has become the poster child for bad medicine. DES is a synthetic estrogen that was said to prevent miscarriage, but didn't. What it did was cause cancer, infertility and perhaps autoimmune problems in the daughters of those women who took it.
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abstractFifty years ago a doctor said to my mother, in effect, "Just take the DES." Probably he didn't even name the stuff, just prescribed it, in a case that has become the poster child for bad medicine. DES is a synthetic estrogen that was said to prevent miscarriage, but didn't. What it did was cause cancer, infertility and perhaps autoimmune problems in the daughters of those women who took it.
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