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How is HIV transmitted?

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Dr. Joel Gallant
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: Sex, blood and birth

Sex, blood contact (e.
g. Shared needles), or perinatal transmission (from an infected mother to an infant at birth). In terms of sexual transmission, the biggest risk is anal or vaginal intercourse, especially for the receptive partner (the one "on the bottom").

In brief: Sex, blood and birth

Sex, blood contact (e.
g. Shared needles), or perinatal transmission (from an infected mother to an infant at birth). In terms of sexual transmission, the biggest risk is anal or vaginal intercourse, especially for the receptive partner (the one "on the bottom").
Dr. Joel Gallant
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