DES, one of the biggest Medical Disasters in History

Read @CaitlinMcWriter Interview by @JessAinscough , 2013

DES, one of the biggest Medical Disasters in History
It’s outrageous that more attention has not been paid to this subject by the medical community and the media says Caitlin McCarthy

In her  interview, Caitlin McCarthy shares what she has learnt about this shocking and completely devastating case of medical negligence, and how it affects her life and the lives of many just like her. Caitlin anwers:

  1. What is DES?
  2. Why is DES described as one of the biggest medical disasters in history?
  3. How is it that something like this – that so tragically affected millions of people – was allowed to happen? And why was it allowed to go on for so long?
  4. What is her connection to DES and how does being a DES daughter affect her body, health and life today?
  5. Is it possible that another medical disaster similar to this one could happen today? Are we any more protected?
  6. What about her film, Wonder Drug …
  7. Why she does what she does and why is it so important for her to spread this message?

Read DES, one of the biggest Medical Disasters in History
by Jess Ainscough, August 27, 2012 – More about Caitlin McCarthy

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Author: DES Daughter

Activist, blogger and social media addict committed to shedding light on a global health scandal and dedicated to raise DES awareness.

2 thoughts on “DES, one of the biggest Medical Disasters in History”

  1. Drug companies selling unsafe, untested drugs – this isn’t our history, this is our present.

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