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Sex workers say anti-trafficking law fuels inequality

by Rose Conlon Apr 30, 2019
Experts say FOSTA-SESTA has pushed sex workers off the internet and onto the street.
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Identifying trafficking victims is just the start of health care's challenge

by Dan Gorenstein Mar 4, 2016
The system still needs to learn how to help people held against their will.
Dr. Hanni Stoklosa speaks with a patient. 
Courtesy: Michelle Cerulli

This is what happened when a trafficking victim finally got the chance to run

by Dan Gorenstein Mar 3, 2016
She had no phone, no birth certificate, no social security card and no recourse.
A hallway in Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.
Courtesy: Michelle Cerulli

Health care takes on the fight against trafficking

by Dan Gorenstein Mar 2, 2016
Doctors — like one who found a tracking chip in a woman — play a critical role.
A hallway in Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.
Courtesy: Michelle Cerulli

From human trafficking victim to survivor

by Jenny Ament Apr 24, 2015
One woman describes her journey from invisible to visible.