After beating acute lymphoblastic leukemia cancer twice in her childhood, 21-year-old Sara is now battling a whole new set of issues. Watch has Sara goes under the knife to change some of the ways the years of treatment has affected her growth.
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Orthopedic spine surgeon Dr. Hooman Melamed informs Elizabeth and her family of her options to fix her extreme spine curvature and offers to fix it free of charge.
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The Doctors meet Sara, who battled cancer twice during her childhood and is now dealing with the aftereffects of battling the disease.
The Doctors discuss one man’s viral video where he is seen squeezing his nose and popping his blackheads and white heads with one huge push – but they warn this is not the best idea!
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Sara and her parents join plastic surgeons Dr. Andrew Ordon and his partner Dr. Ritu Chopra to reveal her makeover following her nose, chin and breast reconstruction.
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Dr. Anna Konopka is at risk of losing her 55-year-old practice because she refuses to use a computer and the New Hampshire Board of Medicine requires all physicians to use the prescription drug monitoring program, which is only accessible online.
Elizabeth’s scoliosis is so extreme that she is unable to work, exercise or stand for more than just a few minutes. She is also about to get married and fears her curved spine will prevent her from walking down the aisle.