Sep 22, 2002
hi dr. holodniy, if hiv fluids entered the body through contact with a gland such as tosils or the adenoid gland, could hiv travel to other glands without going through the blood stream? can hiv infect the lymph system on its own? or does it HAVE to enter the blood in order to get to other glands?
| Response from Dr. Holodniy
It would have to go that way.
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