Human trafficking impacts individual health (e.g. traumatic injury, infections, unwanted pregnancy, malnutrition, exposure to toxins, PTSD and depression) and results in family strife/disintegration, community bias/discrimination, business drive for exploitable/unpaid labor, and societal expectations of cheap consumer goods. For all of these reasons, human trafficking is a public health issue.

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