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Safety & Prevention

Sexual abuse is a difficult subject for most people to discuss. But as frightening as the topic may be, sexual abuse is a serious and, unfortunately, not infrequent problem.

Pediatrician Robert D. Sege, MD, FAAP a member of the AAP Committee on Child Abuse and Neglect comes on the Healthy Children Radio show to guide parents on what they can do to protect their children from sexual abuse, and how to discuss the issue with their children.

Segment 1: What Parents Can Do To Protect Their Children From Sexual Abuse


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