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HIV/AIDS can be acquired either through, having sex with someone who has HIV using a needle that someone who has HIV used, or from a parent via birth. YOU CAN'T GET AIDS FROM A MOSQUITO! The HIV/AIDS virus can't live outside of the human body.

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