Can You Get Hiv Eating Contaminated Blood

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A question for you Mr. McGowan

hi I'm Dave, I have an important question about something happend 3 weeks ago. I know it may seem weird, but I worry a lot. I went to the restaurant and had a spinach cream soup. While I was eating it, I saw a kind of reddish/brown drop in my soup....
Joseph McGowan, M.D., F.A.C.P.

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North Shore University Hospital
...Dave,Would not worry about HIV exposure. Even if it was blood it would have not been a risk to you after it had been cooked. Also oral exposures are very Read more »


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