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Some like it hot!

Oder: Was hat der Nobelpreis für Medizin mit Pruritus zu tun?

Some like it hot!

Or: what does the Nobel Prize for Medicine have to do with pruritus?

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Ständer, S., Gaffal, E. Some like it hot!. Dermatologie (2022). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00105-022-05022-4

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