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FAQ with a local physician for Sexual Assault Awareness Month

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Dr. Liz Pinkerton of VPFW draws on her crisis hotline experience to answer some difficult questions.

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April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and Dr. Liz Pinkerton, a Virginia Physicians for Women (VPFW) OB/GYN and former sexual assault and domestic violence crisis hotline volunteer, is sharing insight on sexual assault and answers to questions around this difficult topic.

See what Dr. Pinkerton has to say about:

  • Immediate steps survivors can take after sexual assault
  • Long-term effects and steps toward healing
  • A message for survivors and loved ones
  • And more

See the FAQ

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