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03.06.2013

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Myths, confusion, and shame force men to stay silent about abuse in childhood MP3

Psychologists, health professionals and policy experts say there's growing evidence that the trauma of child sexual abuse is manifested in mental health, substance, and correctional services, when it comes to public policy it's neglected from men's health policy. Source: abc.net.au

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