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Johns Hopkins, one of the world’s most prestigious medical institutions, has agreed to pay $190 million to settle claims by thousands of women against a gynecologist who used a tiny camera to surreptitiously make hundreds of videos and photos of patients.

But an attorney for the Baltimore medical center on Monday described Nikita Levy as “a rogue employee” and said Hopkins should not be blamed for his actions.

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