Mar 9, 2004
How come you test people for HIV by using the Ora-sure tool which gathers and collect salava, but you can't get HIV from kissing? How come you can test people spit, but normally we don't transfer it when we kiss? ansfer
Response from Mr. Spinks
Hello reader, The Ora-sure kit is a painless, oral HIV test that collects an individual's oral fluids. The test detects whether or not a person has developed HIV antibodies. The Ora-sure test doesn't actually detect HIV. Fortunately, We know the body fluids that transmit HIV are semen, breast milk, vaginal secretions and blood... Simply put, there isn't enough HIV found in saliva to transmit the virus through kissing. Take care and be safe!!
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