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Men Are Victims Of Sexual Abuse Too
Men Are Victims Of Sexual Abuse Too

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AIR DATE: June 28, 2013

One in six men have been sexually abused. It's a number that we don't often think of but it creates many problems later in life. Pasadena-based 1in6 is training local therapists in what to look for and how to treat it. We talk with founder of 1in6 Steve LePore and Assistant District Attorney Jim Sweetin who has worked with victims of sexual abuse.

 

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Steve LePore, Founder, 1in6

Jim Sweetin, Assistant District Attorney, Clark County

 

 

 


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