Want to read a case study of how serial abusers can get away with being abusers for years, even when their victims do step forward and say something? Then read "Why didn't anyone stop Doctor Hardy?", an investigation by the Boston Globe into Roger Ian Hardy, who lost his medical license in 2014 after medical board investigators "interviewed 17 people — current and former colleagues, and Princeton classmates — who detailed years of allegations against Hardy." Sources say that Hardy sexually assaulted multiple women while in college and used his job at a private fertility practice to abuse patients, sometimes while they were sedated. "The Globe found that, over three decades, more than a dozen people in positions of authority — college administrators, hospital supervisors, clinic owners, medical colleagues, and regulators — were told, with various degrees of specificity, of Hardy's alleged sexual assaults and his inappropriate contact with patients, including some who were sedated.