Many of us have noticed the “blotches” of flushing that sometimes appear on the neck and upper chest of someone who is in a very nervous situation (like speaking in front of a group of people). Flushing of the neck and chest is a classic symptom of DTSF, and patients with Wilson’s Temperature Syndrome can be far more prone to such episodes than are others. Occasionally, the flushing can be severe with a clearly defined area of persistent discoloration as seen in one patient who said it felt as if she was “on fire”. Her flushing responded very well (90%) although not completely to the WT3 protocol.