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Prince Andrew Epstein interview: Sweat claim ‘doesn’t make sense’ medic says

A MEDICAL expert last night said he was baffled by the condition Prince Andrew said he suffered in the Falklands War - which apparently left him unable to sweat after being overloaded with adrenaline.

Professor John Hawk, a dermatology expert at London's King's College and St Thomas' Hospital, said: "It is certainly possible to have problems with sweating but an overdose of adrenaline would be more likely to make a person sweat more, not less. "Most cases are inherited, which does not seem to be the case here. Other causes include heat stroke - which seems unlikely in the Falklands, severe dehydration, and certain medications including morphine could also cause it, but these are not likely.

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