Okay, I know you're not going to like this, but you really should be viewing this with suspicion and not elated confirmation.
I've seen her bio, and I'm looking at her work, and it's not the sort of biomedical research work I'm familiar with. For one thing, her
"papers" she gave to Rense are simply copied and pasted from other sites. And although her bio claims her research opened protenomics, etc, and
cites famous universities who are exploring this... her name never appears on any papers. (perhaps under a maiden name, but I don't see that.)
As any grad student here can tell you, they kick you out of the university for that. Her conclusions aren't built on solid evidence. Read the
papers again -- she hops from topic to topic in a disorganized fasion and suddenly says "voila!" She cites (but doesn't give a proper reference)
that she got her information from a Fire Department (this isn't good enough for an academic paper.) You can write like that if you buy a degree, but
they'd also flunk you for that if you tried it on a real PhD dissertation from any university.
Her writing is full of little quirky details like that. One might be a coincidence, but a whole platefull of them makes me suspect she isn't all
she's supposed to be.
I would dearly love to know how she got the chemical analyses when the specimens she has are only a millimeter in length or so, sparse in number, and
very tiny. In the things she shows, there's not enough material to do a spectroscopic analysis.
Nor do those look like carbon fibers.
I have a lot of questions about her since the picture she gives in her writing and research is VERY much at odds with all the other PhDs I know who do
research in biological fields. It's also very much at odds with the style and research methods of all the medical docs I know.
Yes, I know you must think I'm a crankety old skeptic, but when I read what she writes and how she conducts her research, it's as jarring as if you
saw a third grader writing about how they forged and built a locomotive in their father's iron foundery. There's something terribly amiss there and
I think Morgollon's sufferers are being led down the wrong path.
Here's an old page on this. I do know the CDC is investigating and there are researchers at the Oklahoma State University Health Sciences Center who
are also looking into it.
I think you'd do better to contact Randy S. Wymore, who is researching this:
His track record is a lot better than hers and he's not putting out press releases full of cut and paste information. And unlike her, people are
citing his other research, so you can judge that his technique is pretty solid. I'd trust him to not fake data because he'd get caught in the peer