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bug-chaser
 n.— «An even smaller, but growing, group are those who call themselves “gift givers” and “bug chasers”—those who actively seek to spread the disease to willing people, and those people who wish to contract HIV/AIDS.» —“AIDS Without Borders” by Flavia Colgan Huffington Post Jan. 2, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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