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    can hpv be transmitted through blood transfusion
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    anonomous23 posted:
    yes, I know someone who has never had sexual intercourse but have had a blood transfusion and was diagnosed with it because their is no such thing as clean blood you can not strain all disease out of blood just as you can not strain oil out of water. your doctor will not tell you this because they feel like the risk of giving unclean blood gives a better chance at life in some instance but really who needs life with another problem.
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    georgiagail responded:
    HPV is found in cells near the surface of the body, not in blood. Keep in mind that there are many types of this particular virus.


    http://www.webmd.com/sexual-conditions/hpv-genital-warts/hpv-virus-information-about-human-papillomavirus


    Gail


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