First of all, we must recognize that the RBTI test involves saliva and urine specimens. Saliva may seem a bit dirty, but almost every book in the library already has some dried saliva on the bottom corner of every page. And what do most people do? They put their finger in their mouth, turn the page and put it back in their mouth for the next page. It won’t kill you.
Urine is a whole different story. No, it won’t kill you, and it isn’t dirty either. In fact the urine can be considered to be the only clean thing about a person: it is completely sterile! And peeing on something will actually kill most bacteria, and even some viruses and fungi. So when working with your own or someone else’s urine, keep that in mind.
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