The report by ProPublica, the nonprofit public interest journalism outfit,will have Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte wishing he became adoctor.

The study found that unlike the Olympic swimmer, medicalprofessionals often maintain lucrative relationships with sponsorseven after they’ve been disciplined for misconduct.

The investigation examined medical records in fivestates — California, Florida, Texas, New Jersey and NewYork — and found 2,300 doctors who had received compensationfrom companies between August 2013 and December 2015, despitehaving records of misconduct.

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