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Most Doctors Couldn’t Spot A Human-Trafficking Victim If They Saw One. Could You? from Yahoo Health, 03/18/2015

Friday, March 20, 2015

“The gray marks were something called postinflammatory hyperpigmentation, which is the result of repeated trauma. The tattoos were probably indicating she was property,” Chin says. “It just hit me. At church, we were looking at this as an international problem, yet it was right here under our noses.

“Human trafficking, for both sex and labor, is not just an international problem; it is a U.S. problem. According to estimates, roughly 1 million adults and 400,000 children are presumed to be at risk for sex trafficking annually on American soil.”

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