A COVID-19 shot is not a 100% guarantee against getting sick with the virus. So, are there ways to test if the shot worked for you?
There are antibody tests on the market, and many blood banks are even screening donors for coronavirus antibodies when they donate, but how much can a person infer from those results?
Throughout the vaccine rollout, some have come forward after their shots, noting tangible results on antibody tests.
Dr. Arin Piramzadian, Chief Medical Officer for StarMed, was one of those people.
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