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Old 04-04-2019, 12:41 PM #1
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I'm just wondering if anyone has got any information on this

particularly interested in if someone has it, can they transfer it to another person if they touch them or not
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Contact dermatitis is a rash from touching something you are allergic to. So no, you can't spread it although 2 people could react from coming into contact with the same substance.
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