|Fresh cut means blood has not been completely dried?
Jul 7, 2001
When you said that "fresh cut" does it mean that the bloods have not been dried? If I have a dry hand with a little creak, does it consider as a cut? Thanks
Response from Dr. Feinberg
What is at issue here is a way for HIV to gain access to your tissues and your bloodstream through the skin. If you have a crack in the skin that is completely dry, with the surface sealed off, then it is highly unlikely that you can contract HIV through that crack.
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