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Shaking hands with an AIDS patient with wounds

Good morning,

After advice from friends in the Forum for the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder and the fear of AIDS decided to go for the Assembly of AIDS patients in the city center and the meeting was fantastic and shook hands with many AIDS patients and talked to them, but from within these handshakes person was his ăĚŃćÍĺ and bleeding Stopped of minutes may have shook hands with him and touched my back welcomed me do this method is safe and there is no fear of them in the transfer of infection, especially because I knew I had infected and do not know you take treatment or not knowing I do not have a new wound dripping skin but a clip on hand

Thanks for the help
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Move on.
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Dr. teak Thanks

But the handshake has with AIDS-sick person actually that's what worries me
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