New PLOS Collection Examines Intersection Of Human Trafficking, Exploitation, Health

PLOS BLOG’s “Speaking of Medicine”: Human Trafficking, Exploitation, and Health: a new PLOS Collection
“PLOS Medicine Associate Editor Colleen Crangle introduces the PLOS Collection on Human Trafficking, Exploitation, and Health. … A special Collection launched [last Wednesday] at PLOS — Human Trafficking, Exploitation, and Health — with Guest Editors Cathy Zimmerman and Ligia Kiss of the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine — examines this global crisis. Five essays in PLOS Medicine and two research articles in PLOS ONE testify to the broad scope of the problem, while at the same time showing the many specific ways in which people are exploited…” (11/22).

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