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transmission thru casual blood contact
Dec 19, 2002

Why is it a miniscule risk when someone comes in contact with infected blood. Many people have microscopic cuts on their hands. Why aren't more health workers infected? I was also wondering if their is a percentage of people that have been infected while always using a condom? Thank You for the info. You guys here really do a great service to all of us.

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Because HIV is not transmitted that easily. This should be reassuring to those who are concerned about contact that does not involve sex or needle-sharing.

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