U.S. President Donald Trump recently reflected publicly on the issue of torture as a tool for interrogation. He claims that "it works." As health-care providers who work with torture survivors, we feel compelled to outline evidence that refutes president Trump's contention and highlight the horrific consequences to survivors.
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Family Physician at the East End Community Health Centre in Toronto, and actively affiliated with the Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture since 1986.
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