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recommendations on how to improve federal trafficking policies ― ranging from legislation
to public awareness campaigns to victims’ services.
Physicians should be on the look for:
♦ Bruising, scars, burns, cuts, especially those in non-apparent places
♦ Multiple STD or pregnancy tests
♦ Fearful, anxious or depressed mood
♦ Cash payments, no insurance
♦ A third party may speak for the patient and not allow them to speak
♦ Substance addiction or the appearance of withdrawal symptoms
♦ Lying about age
♦ Patient transient or no address (or the patient doesn’t know what city he/she is in)
♦ Tattoo of a name or strange symbol