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transmit

(trăns-mĭt′, trănz-)
v.
1. To send from one person, thing, or place to another; convey.
2. To cause (an infection, for example) to spread; pass on.
3. To impart or convey to others by heredity or inheritance; hand down.

trans·mit′ta·ble adj.

transmit

To transfer data electronically (e.g., from subjects to clinical study sites, between sites) to contract research organisations, data management centres, sponsors or regulatory authorities.

Patient discussion about transmit

Q. SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES how many types are there?

A. Gonorrhea, syphillis, Hepatitis B, Human Papilloma Virus, HIV, urethritis..
The rest of the list, I think lixurion had already shared you the link, just read on that link..

Q. Can blood cancer be transmitted? If I, let’s just say, cut my self. Then someone’s blood came in contact of my wound. Can I get blood cancer too? Is it like AIDS?

A. Cancer is not contagious not even hereditary, but always protect yourself and stay away from touching or getting in close contact with other people's blood.

Q. Is hepatitis a sexually transmitted disease? I mean hepatitis B and C mainly…

A. yes, hepatitis B is an STD, while hepatitis C is less likely caused by sexual transmitted disease.
hepatitis C usually transmitted through drugs usage and blood transfusion

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Female respondents were more likely than male respondents to perceive SARS to be transmittable through different modes (rats and cockroaches, animal meat, and sewage) or to perceive efficacy in disinfecting living quarters, washing hands frequently, and using traditional Chinese medicine for SARS prevention (p < 0.
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Instead, you should practice basic prevention measures (such as condom use during sex and using clean needles if you use injection drugs) to avoid transmittable diseases like HepB.
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Our assessment [is] that the blood of vCJD patients may contain transmittable levels of infectivity before clinical signs of the disease are apparent," said a UK Department of Health spokeswoman.
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TIF results in transmittable and easily viewable electronic documents that are useful for archival purposes since they can not be edited or altered without the probability of detection.
A GBP60m contract to establish an undersea link with Britain, expected to increase the amount of data transmittable by 15 times, was to be completed by 2001 but Intel is said to have needed it now.
Samson Capture fluidly enables an organization to convert paper-based data to readily accessible, share-able and transmittable electronic images - either incrementally or comprehensively and historically.
Pentagon spokesman Dennis Boxx still maintains "we do not have any indication at this point that these things are transmittable to children or spouses.
Called "Exxaire" breathable film, it is lightweight and moisture vapor transmittable.
Of greater interest in regard to medical ethics and law are concerns relating to sexually transmittable diseases.