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Dr. Simone Gold discourages vaccination against COVID-19 and promotes alternative, unproven therapies. She has spent much of the past year speaking at events like this one held in West Palm Beach, Fla., in December. The conference was aimed at young people ages 15 to 25. Gage Skidmore hide caption

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This Doctor Spread False Information About COVID. She Still Kept Her Medical License

Simone Gold isn't alone. NPR found other physicians who retained their licenses despite spreading misinformation online and to the media about effective COVID-19 vaccines and unproven treatments.

Dr. Simone Gold discourages vaccination against COVID-19 and promotes alternative, unproven therapies. She has spent much of the past year speaking at events like this one held in West Palm Beach, Fla., in December. The conference was aimed at young people ages 15 to 25. Gage Skidmore hide caption

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This Doctor Spread False Information About COVID. She Still Kept Her Medical License

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"Neal Brennan: Unacceptable" will run in New York City through November. Matt Murphy hide caption

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Comedian Neal Brennan's New Show Centers On The Ways He Feels Unacceptable

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People leave to board a flight at the airport in Kabul on Monday. Leaving Afghanistan for the U.S. has become a huge challenge now that American troops and embassy staff have left the country. Karim Sahim/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Afghans Trying To Get To The U.S. Face A Daunting Visa-Approval Process

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom addresses reporters Tuesday at the John L. Burton California Democratic Party headquarters in Sacramento after beating back the recall attempt that aimed to remove him from office. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Gov. Newsom Keeps His Seat As A Majority Of California Voters Reject The Recall

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