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If you were to touch one's gentials with your hand and they have gentials warts (HPV) can you get the virus on your hand and spread it to your gentials if you were to touch them.
Methods of spread of wart viruses can be bloodborne, from the meeting of mucuous membranes when shed virus particles from one side are 'taken up' by the skin layer on the other side, and from non-mucuous-membrane i.e. skin contact also.
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