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Ella and Stephanie suffered abuse under the care of their OB/GYN Dr. Heaps. Their attorneys Darren Kavinoky and Jennifer McGrath want to make sure that UCLA and other medical institutions have clear ways to report misconduct, as it has been shown that patients and staff did not have clear avenues to report the abuse. OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry shares things that should never happen during an exam, and says that if you do not feel safe during an exam, you stop the exam and report it to someone.