Aug 11, 2018

Shingles can strike at any time

Phillip Jones is the proprietor of Bass Phillip Wines in Victoria. An avid wine maker, he oversees every step of the process.

“I was diagnosed with shingles in early 2006,” says Phillip. His diagnosis came around the harvest season – Phillip’s busiest working period.

“The first symptoms I experienced with this was a driving headache – it was like someone was tearing at my hair. It’s the worst thing I’ve ever suffered and I don’t want to have it again,” said Phillip.

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