Monday, October 1, 2007


Morgellons, The Mysterious New Disease

by Little Baby Ginn

An update concerning our original September 20 post concerning the mysterious disease that researchers and doctors alike are now seeing.
From the Mayo Clinic
Morgellons disease is a mysterious skin disorder characterized by disfiguring sores and crawling sensations on and under the skin. Although Morgellons disease isn't widely recognized as a medical diagnosis, experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are investigating reports of the condition.

This is very unusual, to say the least. A disease that many doctors don't recognize? Isn't this 2007? More:
A mysterious skin disease is spreading across the country, and it has already extended into parts of Texas, California, and Florida. It's called Morgellons, a parasite-like infection that will literally make your skin crawl. Patients say it feels like bugs are crawling all over you. To make matters even worse, many doctors say the victims are delusional.
From our original Papercuts post.
by Little Baby Ginn

Just when you thought that the only thing to worry about was nuclear holocaust, the War in Iraq and the falling dollar.
There exists in our world today, a disease, so unusual, that after 5 years of research by various groups, not a single person has, to this date, been able to figure out what it is.
We need the help of concerned citizens, caring health care professionals, interested media and government agencies to help us help ourselves understand what this unknown skin disease (Fiber Disease Syndrome) is, where it came from and how we can work together to eradicate it before it becomes an epidemic.

Doctors and researchers seem concerned that it's spreading and they don't have the foggiest notion of what it is or how to fight it. In fact, those who have contracted it have sometimes been labeled "delusional". - Bigger, Better!.

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