Surgeons underestimate domestic violence

By Terry Stanton

Survey reveals misconceptions about battered victims

In North America, domestic violence is the most common form of nonfatal injury to women. More than 40 percent of women have reported experiencing one or more forms of violence, and 35 percent have experienced intimate partner violence (IPV), commonly referred to as domestic violence.

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