Another Saliva Story

Helquist, Michael
April 1986
Advocate;4/1/86, Issue 443, p21
Reports on a study by David Archibald on the presence of the AIDS virus in saliva taken from people with AIDS. Presence of HIV antibodies in the saliva of people who also have HIV antibodies in their blood.


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