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Dr. Hilary Longhurst

Consultant Immunologist

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Background Information

Employment History

Vice Chairman, Consultant Immunologist
Primary Immunodeficiency Association

Affiliations

Member
Jerinis Medical Advisory Panel

Education

MA

PhD

PhD

National Institute for Medical Research , Mill Hill

Web References (50 Total References)


Dame Alice Owen's School - Latest News Archive Summer Term 2011, Second Half

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Wednesday 28th September 2011, 7-8pm in our Main Hall, with Dr Hilary Longhurst, Immunologist at Barts & London hospital


Dame Alice Owen's School - Latest News Archive Summer Term 2011, Second Half

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Wednesday 28th September 2011, 7-8pm in our Main Hall, with Dr Hilary Longhurst, Immunologist at Barts & London hospital


It's a habit most sufferers try ...

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It's a habit most sufferers try hard to give up, but it may actually be good for you, says Dr Hilary Longhurst, consultant immunologist from the Bart's NHS Trust. 'Unless your hands are filthy, the bugs we encounter when biting our nails could boost our immune system.' This is because our immune system has a memory, making a note of how to fight every bug it has ever encountered. When a bug is encountered a second time, the immune system reaches into its memory and releases weapons - called memory lymphocytes - that it knows will beat it. So, regular nail biting exposes us to small amounts of potentially immune-boosting bugs. (The same principle applies to picking your nose and consuming the result. 'It won't harm you, though you'll be a social outcast,' she says.) Dr Longhurst suggests biting our nails might be an evolutionary hangover.


Dr Hilary ...

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Dr Hilary Longhurst

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Dr Hilary Longhurst
Dr Hilary Longhurst is Consultant Clinical Immunologist at Barts Health NHS Trust. She has a special interest in C1 inhibitor deficiency.
Hilary is co-author of the UK and international HAE consensus documents and has co-ordinated the international home therapy consensus. She has been active in trials of new acute HAE treatments.
Over 100 patients with C1 inhibitor deficiency are currently enrolled in her clinic, which pioneered home therapy for C1 inhibitor deficiency and home subcutaneous immunoglobulin for severe antibody deficiency.
Hilary trained at Cambridge University and St Mary's Hospital Medical School (Imperial College), London, UK. She holds a PhD from the National Institute for Medical Research, Mill Hill (Open University).
In addition to her clinical work, Hilary directs immunology laboratory services for laboratories in NE London and the Essex Region of South East England. In this role she has been active in improving the quality and range of diagnostic tests available for immune deficiencies, including C1 inhibitor deficiency.


Dr Hilary ...

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Dr Hilary Longhurst Medical Advisory Panel

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