STUDY ABOVE LINK... HUG HER YOU WILL NO GET HEP....LET HER KNOW YOU CARE ....(0R HIM)...
DON'T TAKE YOUR ORGANS TO HEAVEN...HEAVEN KNOWS WE NEED THEM HERE !!
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Report This| Share this:hep c in restruarantsIT WOULD BE BEST TO TALK TO AN MD (IN MY OPINION)....<br /><br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/hepatitis/hepc-guide/default.htm">http://www.webmd.com/hepatitis/hepc-guide/default.htm</a> <br /><br />STUDY ABOVE LINK...<br />HUG HER YOU WILL NO GET HEP....LET HER KNOW YOU CARE ....(0R HIM)...<br /><br />TIFF
It's safe enough to not worry over as it has been noted this is blood to blood transmission. Letting her go is discriminatory and opens you up to ever greater risk.
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Report This| Share this:hep c in restruarantsIt's safe enough to not worry over as it has been noted this is blood to blood transmission. Letting her go is discriminatory and opens you up to ever greater risk.
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