Jaclyn Gallucci on Fortune has an excellent piece on the World Health Organization's (WHO) mystifying lack of a diagnostic code for human trafficking—an issue that affects developed and developing countries alike and has a serious effect on both physical and mental health.
"It is silly that we have codes for ‘hit by a spacecraft' but not for ‘human trafficking,' especially when we already have codes for domestic violence, sexual assault, and child abuse," Hanni Stoklosa executive director of HEAL Trafficking and emergency physician at Brigham and Women's Hospital, tells Jaclyn. Read the whole piece here. (Fortune)
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