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Survivor says USC enabled doctor accused of sexual abuse

Last week, the University of Southern California announced it would pay over $850 million to hundreds of women who were allegedly preyed on by campus gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall over nearly three decades. It's the largest sexual abuse settlement ever in higher education. Audry Nafziger is one of the survivors, and is now a sex crimes prosecutor. She shares her experience with Judy Woodruff.

Survivor says USC enabled doctor accused of sexual abuse

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