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Dr. Andrew Rynne

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Since 2 months frequently I am in bodily contact (touching

Since 2 months frequently I am in bodily contact (touching limbs and body with hands, using his things, using his bed.) with my friend infected from hepatitis, initially i didn't knew that he is infected by hepatitis. now I came to know that he is infected, I am suspicious of that I got infected, please give me some advice.
Sun, 14 Oct 2018
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