In Michigan, the Cold Sores Medicine Act requires doctors to perform a physical exam for patients with cold sores and provide a prescription.
Patients with no symptoms or a cold sore are allowed to use the pill or other medication that is approved for cold sore patients.
The law also requires physicians to administer the drug as prescribed if they do not have the ability to administer it in the past 30 days.
It also requires them to have a written medical history, including any history of a cold soring.
If the physician fails to follow the law, patients can file a complaint with the state health department.
Dr. Peter R. Koppelman, the director of the Michigan Department of Health Services, says that Michigan has not seen an increase in cases of cold sorer infections since the law was passed.
“We’re not seeing the increase in infections that we saw in the early 2000s,” he said.
The first reports of cases of the cold sore in the state occurred in June of 2017, according to state health data.
But Koppelman said that the number of cases has remained steady in recent weeks.
According to state records, in 2017, the number who were cold sore patients rose to 7,200, and the number treated increased to 1,734.
Michigan health officials said that it’s unclear how widespread the epidemic is in the rest of the country.
In fact, Koppler said that there is no correlation between the number in Michigan and cases of infection in other states.
“We don’t know that we have a large impact in the United States,” he explained.
A similar story can be found in the U.K., where the country has seen a surge in cases since the legislation was passed in 2015.
According to the Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, there are an estimated 6,000 cases of CFS per year in the country, with over 300,000 people in the UK experiencing it.
In the U, a study published in March found that cold sored patients in England were more likely to die from complications from COVID-19 than in any other part of the U with the exception of Scotland, which has seen less than one case.
Dr Peter H. Fuchs, a professor of medicine at the University of Bristol and a co-author of the study, told CNN that the cold sorous epidemic is “very similar” to the pandemic in the USA, although the UK has seen more deaths.
But Dr. J.D. Fuhrer, a medical director of Johns Hopkins Hospital, told the AP that there are some differences.
Fuhrer told the newspaper that there have been more cases in the Netherlands and Denmark, where the pandemics have occurred in recent years.
He said the U had a larger number of patients in the first half of this year than the first two months of 2016, although that is also not surprising.
As for the UK, the National Health Service said in a statement that there has been a surge of cold sore cases in England and Wales.
So far, about 1,400 people have been treated in England, according the NHS, and more than 100 have died from the disease.
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