Rich Counting Antibodies ‘Like Calories’…

Before Juhi Singh, 46, who owns a high-end wellness center on the Upper East Side, jetted off to the Amalfi Coast last month, she packed her bathing suits and left her 10-year-old son with his grandmother.Her personal driver also took her to Sollis Healthcare, a concierge medical service in Manhattan, to measure her antibodies for the coronavirus. She received the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in February, and wanted to see if her immunity was still robust before joining friends at a five-star resort overlooking the Tyrrhenian Sea.“I wouldn’t go on a trip without my antibodies,” Ms. Singh said. “It’s nerve-racking, but my numbers have been good.”An email arrived 24 hours later with her results: 14.8 arbitrary units per milliliter. Although medical experts warn that an antibody count cannot tell if somebody is protected against the virus, patients have been reading into the numbers anyway. “Mine have dipped a …

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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