|Risk of HIV?
Jan 22, 2007
Hello I was recently in South Africa and was assisting a local african american in making a drum. The man had a small amount of dried blood on his hand and placed it into a bucket of water to wash a goat skin that we were using to make the drum. I then took over and also put my hand into the bucket after he had already done so. I had a few small cuts on my hand that was placed in the water and am now very concerned that I may be at risk for HIV. What are the chances of contracting HIV through the above circumstances?
| Response from Dr. Henry
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