CDC relies on partnership support with national and state organizations to raise awareness
about current research findings and resources available through the DES Update.
As a partner, your organization can make a significant
contribution to protecting the health and wellness of women and men who
have been affected by DES.
To review opportunities for health care provider and consumer organizations
to support the DES Update, click here.
In Brief (PDF: 36 KB): Download and distribute information using
the DES In Brief card.
- DES Update Print Public Service
Announcements (PSAs): Download these creative print ads to
promote the latest information about CDC's DES Update in your organization's
Self-Assessment Guide (PDF: 152 KB): Audiences can answer the questions
in this user-friendly Self-Assessment Guide to assess their personal
likelihood of DES exposure.
Information Record (PDF: 92 KB): Download and share this useful tool to
help women and men manage their health decisions and keep track of DES-related
- DES Update Press Kit: CDC's DES Update was developed to provide the most comprehensive information
and research available on the health risks and effects of DES exposure.
Download the latest information about health risks related to DES here.
- Articles About DES Exposure: Download consumer-friendly, ready-to-print newsletter articles to use
in your organization's publications.
Update Teleconferences: Click here to download transcripts from DES Update teleconferences.
Lecture Presentation for Clinicians: Download PowerPoint presentations and scripts for use in Grand Rounds
and other lectures for clinicians. Developed by Jeffrey Goldberg, MD.
- DES Case Studies: Click here to access problem-based learning units in nurse-practitioner
or physician assistant advanced training programs.
Developed by Elizabeth Tillman, MD, MSIV and edited by Ana Nunez, MD,
Glenda Donoghue, MD, Patrick Auth, PhD, PA-C, Colleen McQuire, PA-C, Elizabeth
Blunt, MSN, CEN, FNP.
- Recent Research Summary: Download a two-page summary of recent research studies to provide health
care providers a snapshot of recent findings.
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