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Thanks, Ibizan, for your response.  But for further clarification (and peace of mind), I offer this scenario:  Say a friend contracts HPV orally (via oral-genital route).  Can she then transfer the virus onto an inanimate object, such as a glass or chapstick, and thus infect others through these now contaminated objects, assuming they can be contaminated as such?  I ask for further clarification after having read that transmission can occur from contaminated underwear or a swimsuit bottom.  Thanks again!
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LMAO!transmission from wet clothing?oh no way!what misinformation abounds on HPV!
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I, then, assume that transmission is not possible via chapstick and/or a glass?
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Definitely not.......docs confim this in the Experts Forum.ashastd.org good website for all std's...check it out!
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Thanks again!  Cheers!
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