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The authors report the following potential conflict of interest or source of funding: Vienna Medical School. Grants from the medical scientific fund of the mayor of the city of Vienna, Gebro Pharma, and Merck, Sharp & Dohme. For every enrolled patient, an honorarium of €50 was paid to the physician and the patient.