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I would not really worry about this. Cornea donors are tested for a large number of diseases before they are accepted as a donor and any evidence of a STD at the time of death would be discovered.
Also the cornea is a blood-free tissue.....unlike something such a liver transplant which is full of the donors blood.
Does this make sense to you?
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