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DESData Encryption Standard (US)
DESDepartment of Environmental Services (New Hampshire)
DESDescription (File Name Extension)
DESDepartment of Emergency Services (Australia)
DESDepartment of Education and Science
DESDestroyer (short form)
DESDiplôme d'Etudes Secondaires (French: High School Diploma; Canada)
DESDiscrete-Event Simulation
DESDiplôme d'Etudes Supérieures (French: Higher Education Diploma)
DESDrug Eluting Stent
DESDelivered Ex Ship (shipping)
DESDiplôme d'Études Spécialisées (French: Higher Education)
DESDry Eye Syndrome (aka Keratoconjunctivitis Sicca)
DESDiscrete Event System
DESDisability Evaluation System (US military)
DESDetached-Eddy Simulation
DESDirector of Emergency Services
DESDirectorate of Emergency Services
DESDisaster and Emergency Services
DESDepartment of Employment Services
DESDietary Energy Supply (Refers to number of calories consumed daily per person)
DESDeep Ecliptic Survey (astronomy)
DESDivision of Emergency Services (FEMA)
DESDivision of Earth Sciences
DESDisaster Emergency Services (FEMA)
DESDissociative Experience Scale (human psychology)
DESDivision of Engineering Services (Indian Health Service; US DHHS)
DESDraft European Standard
DESDivision of Environmental Services
DESDestination End System
DESDraft Environmental Statement
DESData Entry Sheet
DESDivision of Environmental Sciences
DESDirection des établissements de Santé (French; Senegal)
DESDivision of Economic Support (Wisconsin)
DESData Element Standardization
DESDigital Encryption System(s)
DESDysequilibrium Syndrome
DESDirectorate of Evaluation and Standardization
DESDelaware Engineering Society
DESDepartamento de Economia da Saúde (Portugese, Brazil)
DESDiabetes Education Society
DESDiploma in English Studies
DESDoppler Echocardiography Study
DESDoctor of Environmental Studies
DESDrilling Equipment Set (oil industry)
DESDigital Electronic Signal
DESDistributed End System
DESDental Equipment Set
DESDynamic Environmental Scan
DESData Extraction Segment
DESDewar Elementary School (Valdosta, GA)
DESDigital Echo Suppressor
DESData Entry Specification
DESDismounted Entry Switch
DESDigital Extend Signal
DESDigital Electronic Switch
DESDifferential Evolution Strategy
DESDebt Elimination Specialists LLC
DESData Enhancement System (NASA)
DESData Erased Systematically
DESDi-2-Ethylhexel Sebecate
DESDynamic Electronic Systems (Houston, TX)
DESDealer Evaluation System
DESData Editing Subsystem
DESDistribution and Execution System (Army)
DESDigital Electronics Sub-System
DESDOSECC (Drilling, Observation and Sampling of the Earth's Continental Crust) Exploration Services, LLC (Salt Lake City, UT)
DESDigital Elevation Model
DESDigital Enterprise Solutions (China)
DESDiebold Election Systems (now Premier Election Solutions)
DESDynamic Energy Saver (computing)
DESDisability Equality Scheme (UK)
DESDivision of Employment Security (various locations)
DESData Exchange Software (various organizations)
DESDigital Education Services (various organizations)
DESDocument Exchange Server (software; Kofax)
DESDelta Energy Systems (power supplies; Delta Group)
DESDepartment of Economic Security (Arizona)
DESDevelopment and Engineering Services (various locations)
DESDepartment of Educational Studies (various schools)
DESDéclaration Européenne de Services (French: European Declaration of Services; EU)
DESDistance Education System
DESDouble Edged Sword (gaming clan)
DESDepartment of Economics and Statistics (various locations)
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That was 1957, 11 years before the Food and Drug Administration warned doctors to stop prescribing diethylstilbestrol, or DES.
The Commission-recognised laboratory in Bilthoven found samples of the meat to be entirely free of the hormones diethylstilbestrol and dienestrol on August 25.
TABLE I Examples of Known and Potential Endocrine Disrupters Substance Reference Diethylstilbestrol 5 DDT 20 PCBs 21 Estradiol-17b 22 Coumestrol 22 Equol 22 Zearalenone 22 3,9-Dihydroxybenz[a]anthracene 22 Kepone 22 DDE 23 Methoxychlor 20 Mirex 20 TCDD 24 Tributyltin 25, 26 Tamoxifen 27 Cadmium 28 Zearealonone 29 Benzo[a]pyrene 30 Lead 30 Arochlor 1254 30 Methyl mercury 31 PAHs 32 Polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins 33 Polychlorinated dibenzofurans 33 Cyproterone acetate 29 Dibromochloropropane 29 Fenarimol 29 Nitrofen 29 Hexachlorophene 29 PBBs 29 Carbaryl 34 Aldrin 34 Chlordane 34 2,4-D 34 2,4,5-T 34 Zineb 34 Maneb 34
Other estrogen and progestrin combinations such as in Orval can be easily prescribed, or the estrogen Diethylstilbestrol, and RU 486, as yet unreleased in United States.
On recent research about DES, see National Institutes of Health, Office of Women's Health, Long-Term Effects of Exposure to Diethylstilbestrol (DES) (Washington, D.
diethylstilbestrol, symptom treatment; Mead Johnson, Megace, symptom treatment in advanced cases; Lederle Laboratories, methotrexate, treatment alone or in combination; Zeneca Pharmaceuticals, Nolvadex, treatment of metastatic breast cancer and delay of recurrence of postmastectomy tumors; and Bristol Laboratories, Teslac, an adjunct to symptom treatment.
It included a variety of topics: both the conventional ones such as vulvovaginitis, sexually transmitted diseases, pelvic inflammatory disease, and adnexal masses, and less commonly available material such as diethylstilbestrol exposure, management of hirsutism, and evaluation of sexual dysfunction.
Second, the product was not inherently defective as was diethylstilbestrol (DES), the source of many market share cases.
Nonsteroidal estrogens Benzestrol Novostilbestrol Chembestrol Novostilboestrol Chembstrol Ovextrol Chlorotrianisene Pabalate Dienestrol Phenestrol Dienoestrol Stibilium Diethylstilbestrol Stibrol Estrobene Stilbestrol Gynestrogene Stilboestrol Hexestrol Tace Honvol Tylandril Linguets Vallestril Methallenestrol Willnestrol Vaginal creams and vaginal suppositories Diethylstilbestrol Furacin Furestrol Ortho dienestrol
By utilizing this approach, GTx hopes that use will be devoid of many of the adverse effects of historical medical castration products such as diethylstilbestrol (DES, an estrogen replacement therapy), and the luteinizing hormone receptor hormone (LHRH) agonists that form the current standard of care.