Can Hepatitis Be Transferred By Food Preparers
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Harvard Medical SchoolYou cannot become infected from eating food prepared by an HIV-infectedperson. Typhoid, hepatitis A, shigellosis, definitely. But not HIV. Idon't have any references for you. I can only tell you that blood-bornediseases are not transmitted... Read more »
New York University, School of MedicineThe vaccines are about 96% effective. Occasionally after 10 years or so, boosters may be necessary for the vaccines. Hepatitis C is rarely transmitted sexually, most often in people who have multiple partners and sexually transmitted diseases. So... Read more »
WorkPositive, Inc.Here in L.A. we have a City Councilperson who proposes a law every year that would prohibit HIV-positive people from handling food. It goes down in flames every year, because it's not based on medical fact. Restaurants are governed by public... Read more »
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Posted by Anonymous, 6 RepliesI have a family member, with whom I do not live, that has recently tested HIV positive. My concern now is should I eat food that the infected person has helped prepare (canning of fresh vegetables)when I noticed that they have a sore on their... Read more »
Posted by Anonymous, 1 ReplySearching for some info here I became aware about the possibility of being infected with other things apart from HIV. I have some questions that are not well answered here or in another sites.
What are the possibilities of being infected with... Read more »
Posted by jpk, 1 ReplyI tested positive in May of 1986 and was transferred to Naval Hospital Bethesda for evaluation and treatment. I would like to hear from anybody else who was there during 1986-88.
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Posted by calmNconnected, 8 RepliesHey guys, I tested poz in March 2009. Since then, I have recently gotten into a relationship. I let my partner know and he was little hestiant but became okay with it. What a relief, its seems he was a gift sent to me.
Anyway, my question is about... Read more »
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