alexa Families’ and Victims’ Characteristics Influencing Child Sexual Abuse

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Families’ and Victims’ Characteristics Influencing Child Sexual Abuse

Child sexual abuse is considered an important national public health problem that must be addressed with a sense of urgency. Unfortunately, many incidents of child sexual abuse go unreported. Therefore, US Department of Health and Human Services (USDHHS) reported that actual rates of sexual abuse are thought to be much higher than those recorded in official records.

 

Citation: Hassan M, Killion C, Lewin L, Totten V, Faye G (2015) Families’ and Victims’ Characteristics Influencing Child Sexual Abuse. J Trauma Treat S4:023.

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