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Prof. Anthony J. Pinching

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Medical Advisors | About Us - ME Support in Brighton, 20 May 2011 [cached]
Professor Anthony J Pinching
Professor Anthony Pinching
Professor Anthony J Pinching has since 2003 been Associate Dean for Cornwall, and Professor of Clinical Immunology, in the Peninsula Medical School, with his base at the Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro. He trained in Medicine at Oxford, also gaining DPhil (in Neuroanatomy). After postgraduate training, he became Senior Lecturer, then Reader, in Clinical Immunology at St Mary's, and in 1992 took up the Louis Freedman Chair in Immunology at St Bartholomew's. His academic and clinical interests have included cellular immunology, autoimmunity (myasthenia gravis, vasculitis), immunodeficiency (especially HIV/AIDS), chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS/ME), and medical ethics. He was Deputy Chairman of CMO's CFS/ME Working Group, and was the Chairman of the Department of Health's CFS/ME Service Investment Steering Group. His clinical focus is now predominantly on CFS/ME.
Stop AZT, 16 Sept 2008 [cached]
Professor Tony Pinching, director of immunology at St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, urged symptomless HIV-positive individuals to "hang around" after publication of research showing the drug AZT failed to stop the development of AIDS.
Thousands of people are taking AZT, manufactured by Wellcome, in hope of delaying development of the disease, which occurs on average about 10 years after exposure to the virus.
Prof. Pinching said: "The necessity to do something should not be presumed.
Prof. Pinching added that the latest three-year international study, involving 1,749 people, had "brought us back to earth."
Guide to the Management of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, 18 Dec 2002 [cached]
By Prof. Anthony J. Pinching
Editor's Note: Prof. Anthony J. Pinching is Professor of Immunology and Head of the Chronic Fatigue Services Clinic at St. Bartholomew's Hospital in London, England.Prof. Pinching wrote these guidelines as medical advisor to the Sussex & Kent ME/CFS Society.
General Principles
Each person with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)/ME needs to have a clinical management plan developed according to their condition, its characteristics, severity and impact and to their personal and social circumstances.The plan can be derived from a thorough understanding of their own situation in discussion with a health professional, combined with an assessment of the relevance and appropriateness of the various tools available for its treatment.
Different people have different needs, and the needs may also change over time.
Professor Anthony J. PinchingDepartment of Immunology
§ Professor Anthony ..., 28 Dec 2013 [cached]
§ Professor Anthony Pinching, former Associate Dean of Peninsula Medical School
Home, 26 April 2012 [cached]
Professor Tony Pinching Professor Anthony J Pinching
Professor Anthony J Pinching has a long-standing interest in music, which has largely featured outside the work setting. He was Chairman of the Barts Choral Society for seven years until 2003, with major roles in overseeing the musical management, including appointing the present conductor, and steering the programming and underpinning work. He is an amateur clarinettist (previously saxophonist), and has run two jazz groups, as well as playing in a variety of classical orchestras, jazz and military bands. A regular concert- and opera-goer, he has a voracious appetite for musical insights, and has developed an increasing interest in the potential cross-fertilisation with medicine and medical education.
He is an experienced clinical academic, having had a wide range of roles in teaching (immunology, medical ethics), research (HIV/AIDS, CFS/ME, clinical immunology) and management (head of department and of division; associate dean), as well as being a practicing clinician focusing on CFS/ME and, until 2003, HIV/AIDS. He devised the new SSU in Music and Medicine for the Peninsula Medical School, as part of the wider medical humanities teaching .
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