WINTER 2014 VOLUME 3, ISSUE 2

WHEN DO GOOD EVIDENCE AND SOUND ARGUMENTS FAIL?

​David H. Nguyen, Ph.D.

Editor-in-Chief

HOPE IN THE MIDST OF A BROKEN WORLD

Juliana Zhu, Esq.

Senior Editor of Culture & Policy

MULTI-FACETED PROBLEMS REQUIRE MULTI-FACETED SOLUTIONS

Arvin Gouw, Ph.D.

Senior Editor of Biological Sciences

LETTERS FROM THE EDITORS

SURVIVOR STORIES

SURVIVING CHILD ABUSE, LIVING WITH LUPUS, AND PONDERING THEIR CONNECTION

 

Peggy McAloon

OUT OF THE DEPTHS: A STORY OF CHILD ABUSE AND CANCER 

Rebeca Ruiz Delgadillo

PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL JUSTICE

UNMASKING CANCER AS A CONSEQUENCE OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING: A MULTIDISCIPLINARY CHALLENGE

Barbara Moynihan, Ph.D., APRN, BC, AFN, FAAN, and Katherine Olive MHSA, BSN, RN

PUSH AND PULL: THE INTERSECTIONS OF POVERTY, HEALTH DISPARITIES, AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING

Patrick L. Kerr, Ph.D.

THE MEDICAL NEEDS OF VICTIMS OF COMMERCIAL SEXUAL EXPLOITATION 

Sharon W. Cooper, M.D., FAAP

THE SECRET VICTIM POPULATION

Detective Don Howell

CONFERENCE REPORTS AND SUMMARIES

BATTLING THE SEX TRAFFICKING OF AMERICA’S CHILDREN: A PRIMER ON HR 4058, THE BILL DESIGNED TO PREVENT FOSTER YOUTH FROM FALLING PREY TO EXPLOITATION 

Holly G. Atkinson, M.D., FACP

PSYCHOLOGISTS' ROLE IN TREATMENT OF SURVIVORS OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING: TRAINING THE HANDS WE NEED ON DECK

Patrick Kerr, Ph.D.

Cancer research human trafficking

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