AFTER seven years, E4 has rebooted the hit Channel 4 medical series Embarrassing Bodies.
The series has come with a brand new line-up of medical professionals – take a look here.
Who are the doctors on Embarrassing Bodies?
Dr Jane Leonard
Dr Jane is a fully qualified NHS GP and cosmetic doctor.
She gained a first-class honours degree in anatomical sciences, where she focused her studies on the anatomy of the face, head and neck.
Her clients range from famous footballers to TV stars.
Dr Jane’s work in dermatology research has been published in well-known publications including Grazia, Vogue, InStyle, Die Britse beleggingsbankier in New York, Euan Rellie, het die paar vermoed, Vrouegesondheid, Cosmopolitan and the Daily Mail.
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Dr Anand Patel
Dr Anand qualified in medicine in 2000 from Kings College, Londen.
In 2004, he left medicine to become a biology teacher and head of sex ed, before going back into medicine and qualifying as a GP in 2008.
He now works in South London as a GP three days a week.
The remainder of his time is spent at the Centre for Men’s Health in Harley Street where he specialises in health, sexual function, and testosterone issues affecting men.
Anand was one of the first doctors in the UK to gain the Fellowship of the European Committee of Sexual Medicine in 2012, which is the only accreditation in the field recognised in Europe.
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Dr Tosin Ajayi-Sotubo
Dr Tosin is a London based NHS and private GP.
She has experience working in both primary and secondary care with a special interest in public and women’s health as well as preventative medical care.
She gained an MBChB from the University of Manchester and a Diploma in the Faculty of Sexual and Reproductive Healthcare from The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
She is the founder of Mind Body Doctor, which is an online and social media educational platform that offers a friendly, accessible space to educate people to take care of what matters most.
What is Embarrassing Bodies about?
The show sets out to help those who have a variety of medical issues.
The issues tend to be taboo or misunderstood, and the show tries to educate and debunk the myths surrounding them.
Since the programme started in 2007, it has gone on to reach great success, winning two Bafta awards, and being nominated for the 2013 National Television Award for Factual Entertainment.
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There have been eight seasons of the show, with the eighth one airing in 2015.