Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Morgellons is real, new study published

A new study published in the Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology [1] (January 2013) confirmed that the fibers forming inside the lesions of Morgellons patients skin are composed of biological matter made out of keratin and collagen and are a "result from proliferation and activation of keratinocytes and fibroblasts in the epidermis" which proves Morgellons is a real disease. They also discovered spirochetes in the dermatological specimens from their patients which proves that Morgellons disease has an infectious process. Some spirochetes like the Syphilis spirochetes are known to cause lesions on the skin which makes spirochetes a possible cause for Morgellons, and they are very difficult to discover because of how well they hide. If this is true and the researchers discovered a new spirochete that causes this disease, the authors of this study will be able to name their spirochete.
Although Morgellons patients have visible symptoms of a disease with their skin forming lesions and fibers coming out of their skin, doctors will generally label these patients as hypochondriacs and send them to psychiatrists for the treatment of mental disorders. This is because of the culture of our medical industry, and from corruption. If doctors do not know how to cure a disease, it easier to blame the patient as being crazy instead of insulting the doctors ability in curing patients. There are also cost factors in our medical industry as well; companies (for the United States, it is our insurance companies) have to pay for newly discovered or returning diseases so they try very hard to disprove these diseases as being real. Morgellons patients can avoid this nonsense by seeking treatment from a Lyme Literate Medical Doctor.

A short introduction to what Morgellons is can be found here: http://healthrebels.blogspot.com/2013/01/morgellons-disease.html

[1] http://www.dovepress.com/characterization-and-evolution-of-dermal-filaments-from-patients-with--peer-reviewed-article-CCID

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