I read a post earlier telling a hep c positive to tell his dentist. Good form. Do I need to tell my barber ? I don't want to pass this to others but I don't want the world to know either.
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2 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:who to tellI read a post earlier telling a hep c positive to tell his dentist. Good form. Do I need to tell my barber ? I don't want to pass this to others but I don't want the world to know either.
I HAVE TOLD ALL I HAVE NOTHING TO HIDE...WE ARE SELF EMPLOYED AND LOST A VERY FEW CLIENTS BUT IT DOESN'T NOT BOTHER US.....
BUT THAT IS ME...MAYBE NO NEED IF YOU DO NOT GET CUT...
DON'T TAKE YOUR ORGANS TO HEAVEN...HEAVEN KNOWS WE NEED THEM HERE !!
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Report This| Share this:who to tellI HAVE TOLD ALL I HAVE NOTHING TO HIDE...WE ARE SELF EMPLOYED AND LOST A VERY FEW CLIENTS BUT IT DOESN'T NOT BOTHER US.....<br /><br />BUT THAT IS ME...MAYBE NO NEED IF YOU DO NOT GET CUT...<br /><br />TIFF
Report This| Share this:who to tellHi autotech - here's a link to the Hep C information center with a list of how Hep C can and can't be transmitted - might help you decide who to share with: <br /><br /><a href="http://www.webmd.com/hepatitis/hepc-guide/hepatitis-c-protecting-others">Protecting Others from Hep C</a> <br /><br />Haylen
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