The history of Morgellons provides little answers to the questions you have and it might even trigger some more emotion that wasn’t there before so I’d almost rather push you on to the part where we talk about how to get you healed because you’ve been the rounds already and getting you healed is all that really matters…
But that said, here’s a quick history of Morgellons disease and Morgellons treatment:
A Search for Answers
Back in 2002, Mary Leitao, a biologist from Pennsylvania, went digging for some answers to her son’s skin condition. Her beautiful son was only 2 at the time. He only knew a few words but when he referred to his lesions on his lower lip he’d say “bugs.”
That struck her as being rather odd. He would itch and cry at night, inconsolably. And the lesions never went away no matter what the doctors gave her.
So she took a closer look. What she found while examining her son’s lesion under his bottom lip was that the lesion contained odd fibers.
After consulting dozens of doctors who had no answers but were happy to take her money and send her home with more creams and lotions for treating common skin conditions (which never worked), Ms. Leitao wasn’t satisfied and starting doing her own research into her son’s symptoms.
She found very little to help her. There just wasn’t any condition in any modern medical records to match her son’s symptoms.
Sir Thomas Browne and ‘The Morgellon’
But one day she found a report published by a British physician named Sir Thomas Browne way back in 1674 during the Tudor era. He detailed a condition known as “The Morgellon” which included the presence of “harsh fibers” on the backs of infected children. That was the closest thing Ms. Leitao could find to her son’s condition.
After making her story public, the name stuck, and the thousands of people who flooded the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for an explanation of similar symptoms began calling it “Morgellons”.
In order to open up a public conversation and publish research findings about Morgellons, Mary Leitao started a website called the Morgellons Research Foundation (MRF). Her efforts picked up notoriety and she formed a foundation that to this day is one of the only ones that has ever given us some answers… unfortunately the doors closed in 2012 because of the CDC’s refusal to recognize Morgellons as a disease.
CDC’s Denial of Morgellons
The CDC had followed up the influx of Morgellons cases with a 5-year “formal” study that was badly underfunded and misguided, but the result of the study was a permanent ruling that proved to be a slap in the face for all Morgellons sufferers.
The CDC concluded that Morgellons wasn’t a disease at all but a psychiatric ailment, or psychosomatic disorder, and they weren’t going to follow up with any other studies to prove otherwise. It was a cop out.
How and why the CDC came down with that ruling after a weak study we may never know.
Nowadays, Randy Wymore has become the default authority on Morgellons as he is the head of the Center for the Investigation of Morgellons Disease at the Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences.
What this means for you
That said, you might be discouraged that nothing official is being done to aid Morgellons sufferers… but there’s hope because we know some things for sure and what we know for sure is that the how, why and what of Morgellons holds little value when you look at the fact that you can reclaim your life and leave this disease behind you… in just a few short weeks.
Follow Colloidal silver’s Morgellons disease treatment protocol and let us take all the financial risk for you. We guarantee it’ll work to eliminate your symptoms, if it doesn’t we’ll reimburse every dime you spent no matter who many bottles you’ve used.
That’s our way of helping you realize there’s a way out of the nightmare. Have hope, let’s get you healed.