Jul 20, 2005
Is it possible for hiv to be transmitted in a hot drink?
| Response from Dr. Frascino
HIV transmitted in a hot drink??? Were you the guy in line in front of me at Starbucks earlier this evening who ordered a "decaf grande half soy, half low-fat, vanilla double shot, gingerbread cappuccino, extra dry with one Sweet-n-Low and one Splenda, hold the HIV???" Hmmm . . . I thought so.
No, HIV is not transmitted in hot beverages.
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