- The latest episode of “Dr. Pimple Popper,” the TLC series starring dermatologist Sandra Lee, featured Lisa, a woman with a “horn” growing out of the back of her head.
- Lee said it was something called a cutaneous horn, a growth made of the protein keratin, and that it may have been a sign of skin cancer.
- Later in the episode, testing revealed that the horn was the result of a cyst and wasn’t cancerous.
- Warning: This post contains graphic images.
In the second season of her TLC series, Dr. Pimple Popper (a.k.a dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee) has popped and removed plenty of the common growths that fans already know and love, like cysts and lipomas.
But the seasons’ sixth episode, which aired Thursday night, featured something entirely new: A woman with a hard “horn” growing from the skin on the back of her head. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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