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HIV/AIDS in the Household

Why family members don't need to worry if they live in the same household with someone who is HIV positive or has clinical AIDS.

Phil Johnson, M.D., an AIDS clinician

Phil Johnson, M.D. explains there is no evidence that HIV is transmitted among family members through living together, eating together, sharing the same cooking and eating utensils or bathroom, or other routine household contact.

HIV AIDS in the Household
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