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 Women Prescribed DES While Pregnant
 Women Exposed to DES Before Birth (in the Womb), Known as DES Daughters
 Men Exposed to DES Before Birth (in the Womb), Known as DES Sons
 Third Generation (Offspring of DES Daughters or Sons)

Ablin RJ. DES and immunologic sequelae [letter]. J Urol 1982;127(2):344.

Ford CD, Johnson GH, Smith WG. Natural killer cells in in utero diethylstilbestrol-exposed patients. Gynecol Oncol 1983;16:400-4.

Noller KL, Blair PB, O'Brien PC, Melton LJ, Offord JF, Kaufman RH, et al. Increased occurrence of autoimmune disease among women exposed in utero to DES. Fertil Steril 1988;49(6):1080-2.

Pietras RJ, Szego CM, Mangan CE, Seeler BJ, Burtnett MM, Orevi M. Elevated serum cathepsin B1 and vaginal pathology after prenatal DES exposure. Obstet Gynecol 1978;52:321.

Walker BE. Animal models of prenatal exposure to DES. IARC Sci Publ 1989;96:349-64.

Ways SC, Mortola JF, Zvaifler NJ, Weiss RJ, Yen SS. Alterations in immune responsiveness in women exposed to DES in utero. Fertil Steril 1987;48(2):193-7.

Wingard DL, Turiel J. Long-term effects of exposure to DES. West J Med 1988;149(5)551-4.

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