The primary means of HIV transmission are believed to be sexual contact (particularly among gay men in Western countries), dirty needles and through blood products (whole blood tranfusions or blood clotting factors for hemophiliacs). If two people share a noninfectious health risk factor, does the acquisition of HIV antibodies or AIDSdefining diseases prove transmission? Do people with these risk factors get ill even when they are not HIVpositive?
For further information see Dr. Christian Fialas Epidemiological Evidence Against Heterosexual Transmission of HIV.
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