Daily Contact with HIV
Feb 20, 2005
If you shake hands with an HIV infected person (sweat is present in their hands, then (after 10 minutes or so)touch your eyes or an open wound in your body, what are the chances of getting infected?
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Response from Dr. Frascino
The chances are exactly zero! Yep, that's correct zero, zip, zilch! Got it? Good!
Oh, and before you ask, the same applies to mosquitoes, public toilets and doorknobs.
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