Some Rich People Are Counting Their Antibodies ‘Like Calories’... | 2021-09-18 16:07 UTC

Some people check their antibodies because they are immunocompromised or are living with high-risk individuals. (Ms. Singh is the caretaker for her 91-year-old grandmother.) Others do it for peace of mind before taking an international flight or attending a gala. Others just want to be armed with more information about their medical status, something that has become normalized in the era of health monitoring apps. “Our patients are very analytical,” said Dr. Alan Viglione who runs Montecito Concierge Medicine, a private health care provider in Montecito, Calif. “We have a lot of patients who want to know their numbers. It’s become a new trend to know what your antibodies are.”

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