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Spike in calls to national child abuse helpline since November MP3

Since the Royal Commission was announced in November one of the national bodies which supports victims of child abuse has recorded a 300 per cent increase in calls to its national helpline. Adults Survival Child Abuse president Dr Cathy Kezelman says they are expecting these numbers to triple once the Royal Commission begins later this year. Source: abc.net.au

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