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Call me crazy
Dec 20, 2008

So I was in my car today with my window half open, at a stop. This man on a bike rode his bike directly in front of my car and I noticed he was bleeding profusely on his leg, is there any chance if he is HIV+ that the blood could have flew off his leg and into my eye from the wind of the bike riding? It sounds strange when I say this out loud and not in my head... I just need some extra reassurance. Every year I pick a foundation to donate and this year it's yours! XOXO

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hello,

Call you crazy? OK, you're crazy. Yep, totally 100% certified whacko.

HIV cannot "fly," levitate, teletransport, swim or cha-cha-cha from a biker's bloody leg into your eye, OK?

Relax Max! Your fears are unwarranted.

Thanks for your donation to the Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation (www.concertedeffort.org).

Be well.

Dr. Bob



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