Thursday, January 24, 2008

CDC Website Regarding Morgellons Disease and Investigation

The CDC has a page on their website discussing their new investigation into Morgellon's Disease. There is also a Q&A at the bottom of the page.

The suffering that many people associate with this condition is best addressed by a careful, objective scientific analysis. Considering the complexity of this condition, we believe that a measured and thorough approach offers the best chance for finding useful answers.

To learn more about this condition, CDC is conducting an epidemiologic investigation. CDC has awarded a contract to Kaiser Permanente's Northern California Division of Research to assist CDC in the investigation of this condition. The study is being designed and led by CDC.

The primary goals of the investigation are to help us learn more about who may be affected with this condition, the symptoms they experience, and to generate hypotheses about factors that may contribute to it. The investigation will involve: determining the clinical and epidemiologic features of this condition; assessing the histopathology of skin biopsies from affected patients; characterizing foreign material such as fibers or threads obtained from persons with the condition; describing the geographic distribution of this condition; and estimating rates of illness among the study population.


Anonymous said...

All day I rub BioSpot for cats together with a hospital white cream for burns. It seems to be the primary killer of the site. The sores goes away but it takes dedication. If you stop they will start to come back because there are so many and they do not want to die.

It is important for to rub them every day with a washcloth that is only used once washed and the soap. Each morning I wash with dog a flea and tick shampoo on my face. neck and hands, After I dry my face then I splash my face with hydrogen peroxide. Active sites will turn whites until it has no infestation, It appears to kill the worms and eggs on the ski. At the beginning the breakout will increase. Let it dry and use the cream all day and wash your hands. It will be gross at the beginning, I think the pink worms are the just hatched worms and the worms become long and clear as adults. The muddy stuff is you digested and the specks are insects and there is a center to each infestation. The larger the sore the more smaller sores will encircle it. Each will begin to breakdown. Until the sore is alive it will be raised, As it heals it will breaks down in layers. It isn't gone but it is so much better! I am not a doctor I just decided to kill an insect. So I think of each as a large or small nest with an insects life cycle and the threads are webs. It is working for me but I seem to be ok and I have fighting for about six months and I was really infected. Good Luck!

Anonymous said...

I have been working with Morgellons victims for over 3 years and I can assure you that this is real. These victims are genuine people, just like you and me who have suffered horribly, some for many years.

Many Morgellons victims have told me that the only thing that really works for them is nutrasilver. They say that in 3 weeks their lesions are gone and in 2 weeks their cognitive issues like brain-fog, chronic fatigue, depression and irritability are gone too. You may wish to give it a try if you have Morgellons;