Some private SARCs failing young victims, says BBC investigation

Young victims of sexual assault may not be being forensically examined quickly enough in privately-run sexual assault referral clinics (SARCs), a BBC investigations has found. The broadcaster said it had spoken to eight doctors ‘who wanted to blow the whistle’ on inadequate care they had witnessed at independent clinics, which included reports of incorrect injury…

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