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Women who want quick closure may join USC sex abuse settlement

The Engemann Student Health Center on the USC campus, where Dr. George Tyndall saw patients.
The Engemann Student Health Center on the USC campus, where Dr. George Tyndall saw patients.
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Some of the women suing USC over alleged sexual abuse say they won’t join the recent 215 million dollar settlement of a federal lawsuit. They say it doesn’t offer enough compensation; but some women are ready to settle.