This is something we found in "Prevention Magazine."
are the odds (according to them)
so address your lawsuit to prevention Magazine:
SEX SAFETY: THE TRUE RISKS OF GETTING AIDS
Risk of acquiring AIDS from one course of penis-vagina intercourse with someone:
|Of unknown AIDS status who isn't in a high risk group:|
1 in 50 million
1 in 5 million
|Of unknown AIDS status who is in a high risk group:|
in 100,000 to
in 10,000 to
|Of unknown AIDS status who has tested negative for AIDS but continues to engage in high-risk behavior (needle sharing or sexual intercourse with a member of a high risk group:|
1 in 500,000
1 in 50,000
|Of unknown AIDS status who has tested positive for AIDS:|
1 in 5,000
1 in 500
With one exception-anal intercourse-other kinds of sexual activities carry much less risk. The above odds worsen with repeated heterosexual intercourse. After 500 times with someone who tests positive and doesn't use a condom, for example, the chance of being infected is two in three.
* These odds vary because of differing rates of infection among high-risk groups.