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Biographical entry Malkin, Edwin Anthony (1916 - 1997)

MRCS 1942; FRCS 1952; BSc London 1936; DLO; LRCP 1942.

4 February 1916
8 August 1997
ENT surgeon


Tony Malkin was born on 4 February 1916 in Cardiff. His father, Edwin Malkin, was a musician and organ-builder. His mother, Winifred Mary Lyddon, was the daughter of a Bristol stockbroker. He was educated at King's College School, Wimbledon, and King's College Medical School and Hospital. After junior positions, he specialised in ENT and worked under Sir Victor Negus and Sir Terence Cawthorne. During the war he joined the RAF as a Squadron Leader and served throughout the Levant and Western Europe, being mentioned in despatches. He was appointed consultant ENT surgeon to St Helier Hopsital, Carshalton, and was a consultant aurist to the Ministry of Pensions. He never married. He died on 8 August 1997.

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