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2 In the first 1950s, four clinical trials revealed no proof efficacy, and DES make use of declined.3-6 In the late 1960s, an unusual cluster of cases of clear-cellular adenocarcinoma of the vagina and cervix in adolescent girls and young females was observed at one hospital.7 The clinicians involved, working with the mothers of the females,8 discovered a solid association between this cancer and in utero exposure to DES.9 Subsequent clinical studies of women exposed to DES in utero showed developmental defects of the genital tract along with a number of complications of pregnancy.10,11 The magnitude and need for such dangers remained unclear, and problems were expressed that various other adverse effects might develop, prompting longer-term research of some ladies.Newer randomized trials, the majority of which had been unblinded, have had conflicting outcomes regarding the effectiveness of antimicrobial prophylaxis in reducing recurrences.6-11 We designed the Randomized Intervention for Children with Vesicoureteral Reflux trial to determine whether long-term antimicrobial prophylaxis works well in preventing febrile or symptomatic recurrences and reducing the probability of renal scarring, and the level to which it plays a part in bacterial resistance.