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DO the infected HIV person possibly won't infect the person he had sex with if the person has strong body immunity?if possible how many percent? just curious...
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It,s not worth even taking a chance.Always use protection and don,t worry about those stats.Sex lasts a few minutes,Hiv is forever until they find a cure.
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No it doesn't necessarily mean that a person will be infected, even if the other person had HIV. Here are some estimates on the chances of transmission on wikipeida.

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