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The Doctors reveal more about the sexual abuse scandal that rocked USA Gymnastics at the hands of Dr. Larry Nassar of Michigan State University. Former gymnasts and survivors of Dr. Nassar’s abuse, Jamie Dantzscher and Sarah Klein, join The Doctors along with ESPN Investigative Journalist John Barr and Dan Murphy, co-authors of “Start by Believing.” John and Dan share what they have learned after interviewing 150 women, and that in 2015 USA Gymnastics had credible evidence that women were being assaulted and they took active steps to bury the truth.