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Welcome to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC's) DES Partners site! Through this section, you can access resources to help promote and educate the public about CDC's DES Update.

Click on one of the following links to access resources and find out how you can share information about the Update with your organization's members.

CDC's DES Update is a national health education program funded by the U.S. Congress and developed in partnership with the National Cancer Institute (NCI) and many other organizations. The DES Update has been developed to provide the public and health care providers with the most current and accurate information about DES, including resources to help people learn about related health risks and find current research related to DES exposure.

CDC's DES Update helps individuals:

  • Learn more about how exposure to DES could affect them, their family, and friends
  • Access materials to share with health care providers and to initiate conversations about potential DES exposure
  • Share information about DES with others
  • Assess their personal likelihood of DES exposure
  • Stay up-to-date on research about the effects of exposure to DES

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