Even Oxford and Cambridge doctors were alarmed when they saw this...

As new research reveals the true place where the cold sore virus hides!

And it’s not just "skin deep", as everybody is falsely led to believe...

Instead, the virus creeps in this vital part of our body!

See here all the evidence:

Where the cold sore virus really hides.

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