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originally posted by: neveroddoreven99
a reply to: abe froman
If by "dig into it" you mean read unsubstantiated reports by people with no working knowledge of such things, then sure. However, if you do a little digging in regards to the CDC, you'll find that many of these fibers HAVE been identified as common household materials (cotton, etc).
The Carnicom Institute is dedicated to researching and finding cures for Morgellons
The Carnicom Institute is your best bet for reliable information.
If you do a little digging in regards to the CDC you will find a screen print of a page the CDC removed from their website which confirms Morgellon's is real and links it to trisonomy in a particular gene ( I don't remember which one).
We undertook a detailed microscopic and molecular study of North American MD patients to investigate the presence of borrelial spirochetes systemically and in dermatological specimens. Based on culture, histology, immunohistochemistry, electron microscopy and molecular testing, we present extensive evidence for spirochetal infection in MD patients. Our study confirms that MD is a true somatic illness associated with Lyme disease. The proposed clinical classification scheme for MD should aid in the diagnosis and treatment of this complex illness.
I`m sorry you have difficulty understanding the Carnicom Institute`s studies concerning Morgellons/
They are very precise and scientific and I must admit a little difficult for the layman to understand, but laughable
they are not.
Just because you don`t understand something or it hasn`t happened to you or you haven`t seen it, doesn`t make