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 Is HIV transmitted through saliva exchange?

Answer HIV cannot be transmitted by saliva exchange unless blood is present. HIV is only spread through direct contact with infected body fluids, such as blood, semen, breast milk and vaginal secretions. ... Read More »
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Can aids be transmitted by saliva?

One cannot give or receive AIDS by transferring saliva. The HIV virus cannot reproduce outside of the body, so it cannot be transmitted by kissing, sneezing, coughing or sharing glasses or utensils... Read More »
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Can parasite worms be transmitted from human saliva?

Parasite worms are not spread through human saliva. People become infected with them through contact with parasitic animal feces, standing water, contaminated dirt and sometimes though the skin. Do... Read More »
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Comparison of the Stock Exchange Commodity & Power Exchange?

A power exchange is similar to a stock exchange, except it's power, most often in the form of electricity, that is bought and sold by traders. Since electricity is not a commodity that could litera... Read More »
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How can HPV be transmitted?

HPV, genital human papillomavirus, is transmitted through skin to skin contact. The most common form of transmittance is by unprotected sexual intercourse with an infected person. There are more th... Read More »
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