Apr 15, 2006
I'm breaking my deal just to say thank you, on behalf of all the neurotic folks who send you way too many emails!
I've emailed you thanks before, but what you do is unbelievable and provides an incredible service to the world of cyberspace. I used to be normal, before my recent fears over the last two weeks. Yet, on a positive note I know 1000% more than I did before I started. Shamefully, folks like me (and all the Worry Wells) make a mockery of the individuals that have to face this killer every day. So for that I am sorry...yet, on a positive note, I know 1000% more than I did 3 weeks ago about HIV and can help my friends with safer sex.
So thank you and sorry to pull you away from what is much needed work in the world of HIV/AIDS with my very low risk questions!
PS: 1. At least I didn't ask about my risk from oral, my risk with a condom or the classic stripper q's 2. I am now going to add your foundation to my monthly gift list. $50 a month won't save the world, but hopefully it helps 3. I am keeping my end of the bargain from this point forward!
| Response from Dr. Frascino
I certainly won't hold you to your end of the bargain, unless you start asking classic stripper questions! I'm delighted to read that you are now planning to help your friends with safer sex. (Be prepared for lots of stripper questions!) I also want to thank you for your generous donation. Actually, a gift like that can indeed save a piece of the world by providing life-sustaining crucial services to someone who otherwise would have had their life snuffed out by the virus an event that happens every 10 seconds! Yours is literally a gift of life and hope. For that, please accept my heartfelt thanks.
Stay well, Jeremy, and (do I dare say it?) "keep in touch!"
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