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Can you get aids from blood to blood contact through a person that is not infected with the aids HIV virus?
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Dr. Alan Stein
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
6 doctors agree
In brief: No
Hiv transmission requires that the donor be hiv+.
The blood supply in th us is screened for hiv.

In brief: No
Hiv transmission requires that the donor be hiv+.
The blood supply in th us is screened for hiv.
Dr. Alan Stein
Dr. Alan Stein
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Dr. Kenneth Cheng
Family Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: No, but others....
Blood or body fluid contact from someone who is not hiv/aids positive will not cause hiv/aids in the other person.
However, there are other infectious diseases that one should also be concerned about. This includes hepatitis b and hepatitis c. See your physician if you are even the slightest bit concerned.

In brief: No, but others....
Blood or body fluid contact from someone who is not hiv/aids positive will not cause hiv/aids in the other person.
However, there are other infectious diseases that one should also be concerned about. This includes hepatitis b and hepatitis c. See your physician if you are even the slightest bit concerned.
Dr. Kenneth Cheng
Dr. Kenneth Cheng
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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Hepatitis B is a larger risk than HIV.
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