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The Latest COVID-19 Developments
Over the course of the pandemic, Private Health Management has drawn on our core strengths and relationships to provide clients with reliable, science-based information and services to fight the threat of COVID-19. Private Health is closely monitoring the development of COVID-19 vaccine to help our clients understand the latest announcements and make the best choices for the health and safety of their families.
Charting a New Course
Imagine one day that your whole world is thrown into chaos: you’re given a diagnosis – a pronouncement that changes everything you thought you knew about your health and alters everything you were certain of in your life. That’s what happened to Steve.
Over the course of the pandemic, Private Health Management has drawn on our core strengths and relationships to provide clients with reliable, science-based information, de-risking strategies, testing access, advisory services and clinical support for people who contracted the disease. The availability of two safe and highly effective vaccines from Pfizer/BioNTech and Moderna, with others on the way, makes us confident we are finally at the beginning of the end of this pandemic.
Stopping Prostate Cancer in Its Tracks
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer amongst males, and the second leading cause of death in men. According to the Prostate Cancer Foundation 1 in 9 men will be diagnosed with this cancer during their lifetime.
COVID-19 Vaccines on The Horizon
Private Health is closely monitoring the development of COVID-19 vaccines to help our clients understand the latest announcements and when available make the best choices for the health and safety of their families. The recent news that the clinical trials for vaccines from Pfizer and Moderna are reporting around a 95% rate of prevention from symptomatic disease is very promising.
Flu Shots Are Especially Important This Year
Getting a flu shot is recommended every year for individuals 6 months or older. During the COVID-19 pandemic it is even more important. The two viruses are expected to circulate simultaneously and for now protecting ourselves against the flu is important to prevent hospitalization from the flu as well as to reduce the risk of having both infections at the same time.