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Trina Spear and Heather Hasson’s nearly 1-billion dollar medical apparel company, Figs, is disrupting a niche market by transforming the boxy, uncomfortable scrubs worn by health care professionals. TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones goes inside the business, which many are touting as the Lululemon of the medical world.