Hannibal was not offended by the questions Pam had. He expected as much from the vampire. They were secretive, all of them. Even the most out there of them still had secrets they liked to keep.
"I know what Miss Garcia's blood looks like on its own, but I don't know yours, Pam. I'll have to take a sample of it and test it against some other viruses and diseases to see how it reacts, or I won't know what I'm looking for. I shouldn't need a very large sample for that, I don't think. You're free to keep an eye on me while I do this. The next step will be to test the two samples together, yours and Miss Garcia's, to see what the result is. From that I should be able to tell you if it's safe for you or if it is not."
He smiled at Maggie, a little amused at the juxtaposition between her and Pam.
"The privacy is just my office." He promised. "I have all the tools in there that I'll need, and I thought you both would be much happier if I wasn't conducting these tests where others might come in contact with anything."
Hannibal was aware of Maggie's concerns about her blood, and that Pam had concerns too, just wildly different ones. He waited for an acceptance of this proposal from both women before anything else.