Sunday, August 15, 2010

Morgellons or Fiber Disease and FAR Infrared Therapy

Morgellons or Fiber Disease and FAR Infrared Therapy
By rochelleknox, on August 15th, 2010

Have you experienced the mysterious skin disease known as Morgellons Disease?

Morgellons is an environmental disease lurking in our future that has started to destroy the lives of more human beings and the planet than any one person or the medical field could ever dream up. Its environmental impact will be far bigger than DDT, PCBs and asbestos could possibly be. It is known as Morgellon’s : A Nano-911 Foreign invader. It has got other names likefiber disease, delusional parasitosis and unknown dermatological skin disorder, to name a couple. It is silent, smart, glistening driven by its own transitional metal battery. And when it strikes its victim it feels like a sliver of burning broken glass as it breaks through the skin. Smaller than any of the 150 pieces of a virus known as virons , it isn’t able to be seen by the eye. So silent is it, only the person who has been invaded knows its true nature. Branded with the seal of man-made, self-assembling nano-size materials they can be utilized in forming drugs, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, biomaterials, synthetic nerves, synthetic brains, pseudo skin and molecular electronics. Yes, it was modeled after nature’s many wonders, but it still is one hundred percent synthetic. The nano-brew has been unleashed from its systematic flask extending its problems upon a trusting innocent humanity.

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mysterious skin disease characterized by protruding skin fibers caused by contact with advanced nano materials. Morgellons Disease
often mistakenly diagnosed as delusional parasitosis or unexplained Dermapathy by the medical field; has been found to in many cases drive patients
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Friday, August 13, 2010

U.S. to study freakish ailment — is it real?

Older Mogellon's article posted on MSNBC:

U.S. to study freakish ailment — is it real?
ATLANTA — It sounds like a freakish ailment from a horror movie: Sores erupt on your skin, mysterious threads pop out of them, and you feel like tiny bugs are crawling all over you.

Some experts believe it's a psychiatric phenomenon, yet hundreds of people say it's a true physical condition. It's called Morgellons, and now the government is about to begin its first medical study of it.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is paying California-based health care giant Kaiser Permanente $338,000 to test and interview patients suffering from Morgellons' bizarre symptoms. The one-year effort will attempt to define the condition and better determine how common it is.

The study will be done in northern California, the source of many of the reports of Morgellons (pronounced mor-GELL-uns). Researchers will begin screening for patients immediately, CDC officials said Wednesday. A Kaiser official expects about 150 to 500 study participants.

Morgellons sufferers describe symptoms that include erupting sores, fatigue, the sensation of bugs crawling over them and — perhaps worst of all — mysterious red, blue or black fibers that sprout from their skin. They've documented their suffering on Web sites.

Some doctors believe the condition is a form of delusional parasitosis, a psychosis in which people believe they are infected with parasites.

In the study, volunteers will get blood tests and skin exams, as well as psychological evaluations, said Dr. Michele Pearson, who leads a CDC task force overseeing the study...

Read the rest of the article here

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

The Mysterious Sickness Recognized As Morgellons

By: Becca G Taylor

Human beings are complex, from our social interaction to our physical function, we defy simple or complete description or understanding. The science of medicine has been hard at work for centuries and still we do not know what causes some of the most prevalent afflictions, even those that are fatal. It is not due to a lack of desire, it is more that like the causes for the symptoms of those who suffer from Morgellons, there are some things we simply do not know.

Unique to this affliction, appearing as it has in the era of the internet and rapid communication, those who similarly suffer have been able to find one another rapidly and work in unison to gain the governments attention. This is important because medical focus on existing disease process is loath to lend resources to a yet undetermined problem because funding is so tight. In addition, each new malady identified is another exposition of how much we do not know.

While the scientific community is loath to accept that there may be a completely new affliction with an as yet unpredictable and difficult to assess disease process, the number of admitted sufferers grows. They individuals who have explained their affliction were smart enough to get their concerns heard by government officials which helps to keep energy focused on researching the illness with the goal of identifying the causative agent and then some type of treatment.

The compelling and disturbing symptom which seems central to those who have it is formally known as formication, this is the sensation that there are living entities beneath the skin that are moving, even stinging or biting the sufferer. Examination of individuals with the complaint, however, have revealed no identifiable life form within the skin as is the case with numerous known parasites.

One of the reasons there is so little progress in the research on this affliction is that early on the malady was associated with a psychiatric disorder. Those who claimed to be sufferers were assumed to have a condition known as delusional parasitosis, the belief they are afflicted with parasite when none are present. Worse, some are accused of creating symptoms in themselves or other purely to attraction attention.

The reality of the ailment is not suspect or inconclusive to those who suffer its effects. Just as with all other medical advancements, there was a periods of time before the answer was revealed during which causality was indeterminate. From centuries ago to as recently as legionnaires disease, the process repeats itself, medical science being slow to accept the idea that new problems, like Morgellons are likely to plague mankind for as long as we roam the earth.