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About cancer, EDCs, pharma and pregnancy prescription drugs. Health updates include DES transgenerational effects.
About cancer, EDCs, pharma and pregnancy prescription drugs. Health updates include DES transgenerational effects.

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People born with physical intersex conditions (often better known as hermaphroditism) remind us that the ordinary or “normal” process of physical sex differentiation is by no means automatic.

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Reassignment of genetic males to female sex because of phallic inadequacy may complicate already complex neonatal conditions.

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The 2013 Late lessons from early warnings report is the second of its type produced by the European Environment Agency (EEA) in collaboration with a broad range of external authors and peer reviewers.

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Can prenatal exposure to #Diethylstilbestrol masculinize the gender-role behavior of girls and women? 1991 study.

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Two new studies from the same research group have found that those who consume one or more sugary drinks per day showed more brain shrinkage on MRI scans and performed more poorly on memory tests.

The researchers also said these diet drink consumers were twice as likely to have Alzheimer’s dementia.

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Research suggests genes and prenatal hormones could have more sway in gender identity than previously thought

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This comprehensive medical literature review of research about DES exposure in males and females documents “psychosexual effects” as one of the many adverse effects of prenatal DES exposure.

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#Diethylstilbestrol initial testing results : audio published mid 2016 by Testing Treatments Interactive, promoting better research for better healthcare.

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Christine Johnson is interviewed in Deborah Rudacille’s book The Riddle of Gender. She was born a DES son but transitioned to female (m to f) in her 20s. Scott Kerlin served on her Master’s degree thesis committee at Evergreen State University in Washington and this thesis contained extensive evidence of prenatal exposure to DES, DDT, PCBs, and other endocrine disrupting substances on gender identity and gender development.
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