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Alchoholic adventure.:(
Mar 26, 2009

Dr Robert J. Frscino ,M.D. hello sir.hi man how is it going i was just wondering by chance could you answer a question for me ,.um well how long does hiv live in colt 45 malt liquor because i actually drank from a friend who i feel may have aids.and i drank out of the bottle..but the catch is..i didint see any blood ..i know saliva dilutes it.so im not worried about that but what if a drop of infected blood caugt in the drink in his backwash..i mean i let the drink sit for over two minutes at least before i sipped from it again so...i hope he was clean but yeah can hiv survive in liquor and alchohol that you drink?? or no?? and if so how long exactly or roughly even.i will appreciate the answer you give so thanks man.c ya later.have a good day .thanks for you rtime too.have a great day.

Response from Dr. Frascino

Hi,

Colt 45 malt liquor? That stuff can kill anything, can't it?

Relax Max, your HIV worries are totally unwarranted and your HIV risk is nonexistent. If HIV were that easy to contract, it would have wiped out bar patrons long ago.

Dr. Bob



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