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Morgellons Rash Symptoms and Morgellons Disease Information

Morgellons Rash Symptoms and Treatment The Face of Neuro-Cutaneous Syndrome (NCS): New Cases, Recovery, and Perspectives © 2011 By Omar M. Amin, B.Sc., M. Sc., Ph.D., USA Abstract Neuro-Cutaneous Syndrome (NCS) is a disorder primarily characterized by neurological crawling and pin-prick sensations and dermatological symptoms including itchy cutaneous sores. Many other neurological and dermatological imbalances are also involved. A cause-effect relationship has been established between toxic dental materials (cause) and NCS (effect). A protocol has been developed and NCS patients have been successfully treated at our Arizona-based Parasitology Center, Inc. (PCI). This article addresses the experience of 18 new patients seen at PCI and treated following our designated protocol. Of these,6 patients have completed the protocol and have experienced full recovery. Introduction At Parasitology Center, Inc. (PCI), we have been researching NCS...

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On the Course of Neurocutaneous Syndrome (NCS) and its Pseudo-diagnosis by Medical Professionals

Welcome to a four part series taken from research by world renown parasitologist, Dr.Omar Amin. Researching on the closely related disease to Morgellons, Neuro-Cutaneous Syndrome a Toxicity Disorder. Neurocutaneous Syndrome (NCS) is a dental toxicity disorder causing various neurological and dermatological symptoms that are often confused by the lay patient as parasitological infections. The cases of 24 randomly selected patients determined to be NCS cases at Parasitology Center, Inc. (PCI) by OMA are presented. Previously reported and additional toxic sealants are reported. The dermatological and neurological symptoms characteristic of NCS were common to all 24 cases. Incubation period varied between a few hours and 19 years. Inaccurate interpretation of NCS symptoms by health care professionals is discussed. Faulty diagnosis undermines the patients physical and mental health...

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Morgellons Disease: Analysis Of A Population With Clinically Confirmed Microscopic Subcutaneous Fibers Of Unknown Etiology

  By Virginia R Savely for Dovepress Background: Morgellons disease is a controversial illness in which patients complain of stinging, burning, and biting sensations under the skin. Unusual subcutaneous fibers are the unique objective finding. The etiology of Morgellons disease is unknown, and diagnostic criteria have yet to be established. Our goal was to identify prevalent symptoms in patients with clinically confirmed subcutaneous fibers in order to develop a case definition for Morgellons disease. Methods: Patients with subcutaneous fibers observed on physical examination (designated as the fiber group) were evaluated using a data extraction tool that measured clinical and demographic characteristics. The prevalence of symptoms common to the fiber group was then compared with the prevalence of these symptoms in patients with Lyme disease and no complaints of skin...

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Morgellons Disease May Be Linked to Genetically Modified Food Some Say

by: Barbara L. Minton for Natural News (NaturalNews) The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) has given care giant Kaiser Permanente over $300,000 to test and interview 150 to 500 patients suffering from Morgellons Disease. The study will be done in northern California where many Morgellons patients live. Prior to this news, people had written off the disease as a hoax or the result of hypochondria. But recent evidence suggests that the disease is indeed real, and may be related to genetically modified (GM) food. What is Morgellons Disease? On August 1, 2007, the CDC issued the following statement regarding Morgellons Disease: “Morgellons is an unexplained and debilitating condition that has emerged as a public health concern. Recently, the CDC has received an increased number of inquiries from the public,...

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What really causes Morgellons, the disease that makes colored fibers grow out of your body?

By: Annalee Newitz of io9 For over a decade, people suffering from Morgellons disease have been told that they’re experiencing delusions. Even when they show doctors evidence that strange, multicolored fibers are growing out of itchy patches on their skin. Now we may be getting closer to an answer. Last weekend, Guardian reporter Will Storrs published a fascinating article on the people who suffer from this controversial disease, describing his trip to a conference for people with Morgellons, and his quest to get answers from neuroscientists and doctors. He begins by introducing us to a few people with Morgellons, and some of the scientists who studied the disease in the mid-2000s: In spring 2005, Randy Wymore, associate professor of pharmacology at Oklahoma State University, stumbled across an article about morgellons....

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Incorrect Diagnosis: Morgellons disease is most likely delusional parasitosis

The following view is opposed by the research of this website. For more on the incorrect diagnosis of Morgellons, visit Morgellons Research Orac of Scienceblog One of the stranger Internet-based quackery phenomena of the last decade is Morgellon’s disease. This is a topic I haven’t visited that much on this blog, its having last come up in a big way a little more than a year ago, when I discussed it in the context of Dr. Rolando Arafiles and the other quackery he was promoting. This led to extreme unhappiness on the part of self-proclaimed Morgellons disease “expert” Marc Neumann, who later bombarded me with threatening e-mail rants. In any case, whatever Morgellons disease is, its cause is almost certainly not what patients think it is, namely...

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Some Say Chemtrail Polymers Linked to Morgellons Disease

The following article is not a claim that has been researched or is being endorsed by this website. Morgellonsitchyrash.com serves to create a directory of all Morgellons conversation and news on the internet. Subscribe in the sidebar to the right to get article updates. Source: energeticbalancing.us;  Article by Amy Worthington, GlobalResearch “We the people have not been warned, advised or consulted but are certainly vulnerable to the outcomes.” Lightwatcher.com “Biologic components have been reported in airborne samples that include: modified molds, desiccated red blood cells and exotic strains of bacteria” Additionally, award winning investigative reporter, Will Thomas, has reported findings of over 300 types of virally mutated fungi in the chemtrail fall out. The Idaho Observer has reported findings of 26 metals including barium, aluminum and uranium, a...

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It is not Delusions of Parasitosis

Morgellonsitchyrash.com serves to create a directory of all Morgellons conversation and news on the internet. We urge you to do your own research to acquire a sense of what your condition could be. Morgellons is real, but there are varying views on how it is caused and what the symptoms really are. The following article is not a claim that has been researched or is being endorsed by this website. Author: Noah S Scheinfeld Delusions of parasitosis manifest in the patient’s firm belief that he or she has pruritus due to an infestation with insects. Patients may present with clothing lint, pieces of skin, or other debris contained in plastic wrap, on adhesive tape, or in matchboxes. They typically state that these contain the parasites; however, these...

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Morgellons: Disease Am I Crazy Or What?

By Maggie Mathews Envision a nightmare of horror, conspiracy, medical mystery, human suffering and yet being called crazy by your doctor or others. Imagine you might have Morgellons Disease. People who suffer from Morgellons Disease will tell you it is as if “am insect is crawling under their skin”. They may have a number of symptoms but in most cases it boils down to unexplained skin rashes and eczemas and the appearance of fibers and granules coming out of their skin. Some have said that they have seen insects or some type of parasite emerging to fly away from under their skin. Often sufferers have had bouts of Lyme disease as well. Lyme disease is the most common tick borne disease in the United States whose incidence...

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