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    Antoine Bertolotti, Giovanni Leone, Alain Taïeb, Emilie Soriano, Michel Pascal, et al
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    Elise Cabout, Sébastien Eymere, Robert Launois, Sophie Séité, et al.
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    Tanja Todberg, Hannah Kaiser, Claus Zachariae, Alexander Egeberg, et al.
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    Line Brok Nørreslet, Sofie Marie Edslev, Esben Meulengracht Flachs, et al.
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    Fan Jiang, Junyi Shao, Lele Chen, Nali Yang, Jingjing Liu, Zhiming Li
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    Tal Serlin, Tuvia Ben Gal, Mordechai R. Kramer, Diana Sorin, et al.
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    Servando E. Marron, Manuel Gomez-Barrera, Lucía Tomas Aragones, et al.
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    Cutaneous Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Epidermolysis Bullosa: a 28-year Retrospective Study
    Susan J. Robertson, Elizabeth Orrin, Manpreet K. Lakhan, Gavin O’Sullivan, Jessie Felton, Alistair Robson, Danielle T. Greenblatt, Catina Bernardis, John A. McGrath, Anna E. Martinez, Jemima E. Mellerio
    This report details almost 3 decades experience of the London epidermolysis bullosa (EB) reference centres of cutaneous squamous cell carcinomas (SCCs). The case series of 221 primary tumours from 44 individuals reiterates that this is a complication seen not just in severe recessive dystro­phic EB (RDEB-S), but also in other EB subtypes, albeit at a later age, highlighting the need for awareness and surveillance. Most individuals developed multiple SCCs with a tendency for aggressive behaviour, despite surgical excision. The median survival of just 2.4 years after diagnosis of initial SCC in RDEB-S is lower than in previously reported smaller series, and points to the need for more effective thera­pies. Although conventional treatments such as chemotherapy or radiotherapy appear generally limited in terms of survival benefit, newer targeted therapies such as cemiplimab may hold some potential.
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    Prescription Behaviour and Barriers to Prescription of Biologicals for Treatment of Chronic Inflammatory Skin Diseases in Dermatological Practice in Two German Federal States
    Daniela Weiss, Imke Nordhorn, Linda Tizek, Thomas Werfel, Alexander Zink, Tilo Biedermann, Stephan Traidl, Maximilian C. Schielein
    Micrographic Surgery Allows Fascia Preservation in Dermatofibro­sarcoma Protuberans
    Maximilian Gassenmaier, Erik Weber, Ulrike Leiter, Matthias Hahn, Stephan Forchhammer, Hans-Martin Häfner, Alexander Scheu, Claus Garbe, Saskia Schnabl
    Association Between Peripheral Eosinophilia and Clinical Characteristics of Adult-onset Still’s Disease with Persistent Eruption: A Retrospective Study
    Jia-Wei Liu, Tian Chen, Wei Liu, Ru-Xuan Chen, Yue-Tong Qian, Yan Tan, Dong-Lai Ma