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Countering human trafficking

By: Genna Rollins

Nurses play key role in recognizing, responding to patients in exploited circumstances Human trafficking, a crime involving the exploitation of a person for labor, services, or 
commercial sex, ranks second only to drug trafficking as a global criminal enterprise. The tentacles of this nefarious activity reach across continents and venues—extending even into healthcare. This might…

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