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While withdrawing blood for test, if nurse didn't changed gloves and touched vein immediate before withdrawing blood , any risk of blood ...
i have a current negative hep C with an index of 0.3. but a previous result of 0.11 but still considered negative on my results. accor...
i am wondering about losing hair....................is this a problem for those of you on treatment? should i just shave my head when i s...
Chev........I'm down to single digits also! My face has exploded in what looks like teenage acne, but is probably Rosacea. Does anybody o...
I had unprotected cunnilingus and protected vaginal with a massage girl on 22 Oct. I tested for std on 3rd Nov and came back negative for...
Are any of you seeing this new treatment for primary liver cancer (HCC) coming? Looks promising but I can find much about availability...
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