Spotting victims of human trafficking is a new concern to healthcare workers – Fall River Herald News

Massachusetts Human Trafficking
Spotting victims of human trafficking is a new concern to healthcare workers – Fall River Herald News

Conference hosted by St. Anne’s aims to teach healthcare professionals signs of trafficking

DARTMOUTH – Groomed by her boyfriend to be sex worker, Jasmine Grace Marino is free now, and telling her story to healthcare professionals to save other young people from the horrors she endured for five years.

“I’m a completely different person now,” Marino told the group during her recent presentation at “Hiding in plain sight: Human trafficking in healthcare,” hosted by St.

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