No, we have not as yet learnt all our lessons concerning the DES story, Hhorages, 2011
Synthetic oestrogens such as diethylstilbestrol (DES) or 17-alpha-ethinylestradiol (EE) administered to pregnant women during numerous years were demonstrated as responsible of severe ravages for children.
Endocrine disrupters and effects on behavioral disorders: No, we have not as yet learnt all our lessons concerning the DES story, sciencedirect doi.org/10.1016/j.mlong.2011.05.003, Médecine et Longévité 3(2):67-74, June 2011.
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Regarding behavior disorders, works on mice or rat have shown the effects of these xeno-hormones used even at very weak dose, time of fetal exposition being crucial.
Works are less numerous for humans but recent analysis of the spontaneous Hhorages cohort brings demonstrative data. Analogy between animal and man is discussed as well as the effects of bisphenol A and organophosphate pesticides.