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A person whose skin is coated with a toxic substance gives his/her contaminated clothing to another individual. This likely will result in what is called: A. Reckless endangerment B. Ingestion C. Risk D. Cross-contamination
A person whose skin is coated with a toxic substance gives his/her contaminated clothing to another individual. This likely will result in what is called: Cross-contamination.
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