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Her actual name is Sandra Lee, but she is so popular in her field of dermatology that she is known by most people as Dr. Pimple Popper. In 2015, Dr. Lee began to provide a window into her job by filming dermatological procedures -- some quite gruesome, like blackhead extractions and cyst dissections -- and posting them to her website and across other social media outlets. Lo and behold, the content has been viewed by millions of people, who now have their own designation -- Popaholics. Now comes a reality show on TLC, which says Lee is a "celebrity who has pioneered the fastest growing medical fascination in decades."

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Dr. Sandra Lee treats Heather, who has a huge growth on her leg and fears removing it could leave a keloid scar; Paul has a giant hump on his back.
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Gerard has nearly a hundred lumps varying in size all over his body; Gina has bloody lesions all over; Eric has a large bump on his head that he calls his on and off button.
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Melissa tries to cover a huge lipoma with a sweatshirt for years; Tyler's fear of cancer keep him from having his huge head lumps diagnosed; Tahj is covered in painful boils; Amber has ear keloids that take control of her life.
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Barbara's back lump became more noticeable after she lost 131 pounds; Bob has two painful bumps on his back; Hilda's depression is a result of the multitude of bumps on her eyelids; Art has one big bump on his head that he covers up with hats.
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Patrick's nose is covered by huge bumps, and he can barely breathe; Aziza and Lauren are friends who bonded over their matching wrist lumps; Joe has a mound in the middle of his forehead that looks like a third eye.
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Tim has a massive growth on his back that affects his ability to work and socialize; Daniel has debilitating psoriasis that covers most of his body; Gloriana and Yolanda are a mother and daughter duo who have bonded over their bumps.
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Josh has a large knot on his head resulting from a car crash from 18 years ago; Brittney is covered in mysterious bumps; TJ has a hard, curious lump protruding from his side; Luis has a bump on his shoulder and his daughters fear it's dangerous.
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Ronen's mysterious lump above his knee is one of the largest Dr. Lee has ever seen; Amber suffers from a debilitating skin disease that no one understands; Sandy has a neck lump she calls Tommy; Kristy's eyelid cyst is ruining her life.
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Leonard has an alarming bump hanging off of his arm that looks like it's breaking through the skin; Brandon has several lumps on his head that make him fearful for his life; Jess gets a noticeable lump on her butt after falling down the stairs.
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Amber has hundreds of tumors on her face; Antonio has a mound on his spine and is afraid it might be impossible to remove; sisters Cheri and Janice both suffer from possibly matching lumps; Tatiana has an embarrassing bump on her butt cheek.
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Rhonda has bumps all over her head, including a horned growth that has her deeply concerned; Fred has a mysterious condition on his hands and has not been able to get answers from any doctors; Kevin has a huge lump protruding from his hip.
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Inoke has a huge, possibly life-threatening bulge on his shoulder; Delano returns with his back lump after Dr. Lee removed a liter of fluid from it; Reed has hundreds of bumps on his chest that burst and leave nasty scars.
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Matt has a skin condition that causes tumors to grow all over his body; Yamileth hasn't pursued her dreams because of the lump on her neck; Pat is covered with dark spots from her neck to her abdomen; Jennifer has a unicorn bump on her forehead.
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Tony has large growths on his nose that impair his breathing; Kevin has a bump in his jawline that is a lady deterrent; Marie has an unsightly lump on her forehead that makes her a hermit; Tommy's leg bump makes it difficult for him to work.
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David is back to see Dr. Lee after she spots a suspicious growth under his eye; Nicole is depressed because of the bumps all over her neck; Steve has a noticeable lump on his forehead; Allen has a growth on his biceps but is terrified of doctors.
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Taylor has a large bump at the base of her spine that is far more dangerous than she realizes; John jokes about his hip lump, but it's no laughing matter; Noelle had her ears stretched as a teen, but now wants them repaired.
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Half of Mary's body is a size 18 while the other half is a size 8; Anthony's cyst is in the area called the "Triangle of Death;" Shane wants to get a lump off his back; Brandi is anxious about getting a lump removed from her chest.
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Louis is a veteran who is covered in scaly, dry skin that makes him feel like an alligator; Irais's kids are bullied because of the embarrassing growth on her head; Johnny has been living with a stubborn lump on his back for too long.
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Traci's confidence has been destroyed after years of bullying from the bumps on her face; Ravon has a unique dangling growth on his leg; David has a large lump.
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Taylore is a beautiful young woman who has unsightly elf-like bumps on her ears; Jose never goes out because of the baseball-sized lump on his head; Ken is covered in painful bumps that make it difficult to do everyday things.
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Gerald is back to see Dr. Lee and a hand specialist about a huge, intrusive bump on his middle finger; Vinnie has a large, embarrassing birthmark on his neck; Leta has a lump on the back of her thigh that she has been hiding from her fiancée.

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