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The Story of the Amazing Cold Sore Virus.
Cold sores are small blisters that form around the lips or nostrils caused by the herpes simplex virus.There are two types of the herpes simplex virus(HSV-1 and HSV-2).Both can cause cold sores but most are caused by the HSV-1 herpes virus.There is no cure for a viral infection such as cold sores.The herpes simplex virus remains dormant in the nerve roots and are not removed by medicines that are presently available for treatment. Once the virus is entrenched in the body those people with the virus will continue to get cold sores off and on throughout their life.

Herpes can be spread from a cold sore to another area of the body such as the finger (herpetic whitlow). To prevent spreading the virus to other parts of the body, it is important to wash hands properly after touching the sore.


Chapter 1 The Story of Amazing Cold Sore Virus in comic

Chapter 2 Cold Sores

Chapter 3 Causes of Cold Sores

Chapter 4 Stages of Cold sores

Chapter 5 Diagnosis of Cold sores

Chapter 6 Treatment of Cold sores

Chapter 7 Prognosis and Prevention Cold sores

Chapter 8 The Importance of a Healthy Life Style to prevent Cold Sores

Chapter 9 Genital Herpes

Chapter 10 Canter Sores

Chapter 11 A Cute Poem On Cold Sores

Chapter 12 Epilogue

Published: Kenneth Kee on
ISBN: 9781476047584
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