Free Online Morgellons Course Now Available

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If you’ve ever wanted to explore the scientific knowledge of the Unexplained Dermopathy, this free online Morgellons course ticks off every check box for what a real learning experience should be! Through careful selection of media and research, this class accomplishes its’ main objective of educating participants about the basic facts of Morgellons Disease.

  • What is Morgellons (how to identify Morgellons in images)
  • What isn’t Morgellons (examples of images that are mislabeled as Morgellons)
  • What pathogens are associated with Morgellons
  • Why is there a controversy surrounding Morgellons
  • What treatment options are available for Morgellons patients
  • How to advocate for better care and earlier diagnosis of Morgellons patients

All of these are explored and there is even a certificate at the end for 100% completion! Check into the link below and let us know if you participated in the “Introduction to Morgellons” online course.

The New Morgellons Movement (teachable.com)

Key Morgellons Petition Clears One Million Signatures Milestone

One Million Signatures Morgellons Petition. A key petition to the President, Congress, and the CDC cleared a milestone achievement of one million signatures on September 29th, 2021. This gesture affirms that Morgellons patients are united in seeking validation, responsible diagnosis and treatment, and research into prevention and possible cures. Can America turn its’ back on one million voices?

Morgellons Patients Are Hopeful

TikTokers started early today, reporting their accounts of the infamous Morgellons petition reaching one million signatures. The scene was so exciting that these reports exemplify elation, and hope.

Still Room For More Signatures

While the main petition reached one million signatures, there are still other various petitions which can use your support. Check out our page about those petitions, and look at the top if you’d like to add your name to the petition being reported on in this article.

Various Morgellons Petitions to the CDC Request Acknowledgement (morgellonssurvey.org)

What The AIDS Movement Of The 1980’s Can Teach Morgellons Patients

Lessons from The AIDS Movement of the 1980’s for Morgellons patients. There’s a broad difference between being a troll and speaking to facts that people often don’t want to discuss. The true craft of debate is not taking your opinions personally so that they become impeding principles. You can lose many friends along the way by failing to realize that your opinions, though likely supported by facts, might not be applicable for every situation. Being able to understand why someone is especially dedicated to an ideal is the first step towards rationalizing with them about your point of view.

Tactical Approach

Pride and lack of perception regarding how individuals in social circles feel about their own opinions can result in disregard at best and hurt feelings at worst. What kind of an ego for a political position do you have to maintain to alienate friends made over 40 years? Is it worth it when the principles no longer matter and circumstances evolve?

Dealing with Morgellons there are critics on both sides of the fence. Those who refuse to acknowledge the science about what Morgellons is (An Association Between Morgellons Disease and Lyme Disease? (medscape.com)) because that would mean having to face the responsibility of being previously wrong about the skin conditions existence as well as the common, stigmatized, and prevalent bacterial infection associated with it, and those who refuse to acknowledge the science about what Morgellons is because that would mean having to evolve their perspective beyond their subjective experiences. The latter want Morgellons to legitimize their pet cult topic, like chemtrails, GMO transhumanism, vaccines as a causative factor, aliens, and many other sensational ideas.

The publication of the 2012, inconclusive, CDC study that “DISCLAIMER: The findings and conclusions in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Kaiser Permanente or the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology.” (Clinical, Epidemiologic, Histopathologic and Molecular Features of an Unexplained Dermopathy (plos.org)) has resulted in a lapse in treatment for patients with this rare skin condition and associated bacterial infection. Neither one of those two groups will open up to the science until you begin to understand why they feel as strongly as they do about their opinions regarding MD. You can achieve “conversion” on both sides of the fence by tempering zeal and humoring perspectives. Most importantly you can achieve respect – by showing it.

When Diplomacy Fails

Regarding the first group, for those who humor and respect fail to achieve recognition – it’s time to #ActUp about Lyme disease in your community like activists of the AIDS Movement accomplished in the 1980’s. The CDC reports almost 500,000 Americans each year are diagnosed and treated for Lyme disease (Lyme disease damages people’s mental health and increases suicidal feelings, scientists pledge (diabetes.co.uk)) with significant gaps between states. You can probably figure out for yourself, for example, that it doesn’t make much sense for there to be many times more cases of Lyme disease in some states but not others (Use of Commercial Claims Data for Evaluating Trends in Lyme Disease Diagnoses, United States, 2010–2018 – Volume 27, Number 2—February 2021 – Emerging Infectious Diseases journal – CDC). What does make sense is that diagnosis is being suppressed as physicians are directed to consider Lyme endemic only to the NE United States.

Bad patents kill – TAC protest

Community Stigma

What we’ve learned about people’s objections to Lyme disease is that it most often results from a complete lack of understanding about Borreliosis, often they are not competent to discuss the topic. Unfortunately, being blocked over the ideas of chronic Lyme disease, Lyme disease resulting in #MentalIllness, and Morgellons being a real condition associated with Lyme disease is not an uncommon occurrence. Many states stigmatize the topic of Lyme disease by way of not mandating updated training and adhering to outdated information. Not talking about it, being silent about it – these are evidence of a high control environment and not necessarily a free, science based society.

How activists of the AIDS movement addressed this stigma was with strategic, well-planned, and efficiently executed public displays of civil disobedience. Several members of the AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power assembled protests against Wall Street, the FDA, the CDC, local and regional governments, and even Congress and the President. These efforts, backed by science-based factual information, resulted in better access to care, less-expensive medications, and probably most importantly – more expedient diagnosis and access to responsible treatment.

Moving On

You cannot harbor an infectious process that is demonstrated to alter behavior without being an impediment to your own success, and you can see that infectious process working in half a million new Americans each year. The arguments that you’re fixated on Lyme, that you’re trying to apply your own disease to everyone, and that it would heal up if you stopped focusing on it are all manipulative tactics employed by the community to cover for a medical system which refuses to implement an infrastructure to adequately elicit and treat these hidden infections in a timely manner.

By learning the lessons achieved through the history of the AIDS movement, and paying attention to local efforts like TAC, it’s possible to enact real change through effective community demonstration. There is a purpose and a higher goal towards raising awareness and lobbying for change, even if you’re labeled as a troll by communities who aren’t ready to receive the message about an objective concern that is increasingly likely to indiscriminately affect any one of their members.

Wikipedia France Includes Further Evidence That Morgellons Is A Real, Infectious Condition – US Wikipedia Credibility In Question For Excluding Same Information

Wikipedia credibility in question after conflicting information for Morgellons disease appears between regional platforms. Recently, Wikipedia France updated its article about Morgellons on their page which curates facts concerning the rare skin condition. This left Wikipedia USA in an embarrassing situation as the same evidence is strangely absent on its page about Morgellons Disease.

We reported two years ago about the information being included on the France Wikipedia page regarding Morgellons, however since that time new information has appeared. Below we present excerpts from the Wikipedia article, translated, in order, and within their respective categories. Please visit the page yourself, however, to see the entire article in context. You can utilize Google Translate, or Edge Browser Translator to read the text in English.

Positive diagnosis

The previous clinical picture is heterogeneous, but it may correspond to the category of “parasitic delirium”.

The few authors convinced of the existence of a somatic origin to Morgellons (neither delusional disorder ,nor fake disorder and others…) reject the conclusions of the Pearson report (2012) of the CDC. Their criticism is based on the fact that the study did not include the appropriate study subjects, and that it cannot exclude an unidentified or undecoated physiological cause.2. They therefore propose a new case definition for the subjects to be studied: chronic skin lesions of spontaneous appearance (it is the lesions that cause scratching, and not scratching or extraction attempts that cause the lesions), type of ulcerations, and where we find (distinctive criterion) white, black or colored filaments included under the skin or piercing through it. These filaments require, to be visible, a magnification x502.

According to M Middelveen, these filaments are composed of organic proteins, mainly keratin and collagen abnormally produced from keratinocytes and fibroblasts of the skin epithelium. It would be equivalents of very fine hair or hair. In view of a statistically frequent association with a diagnosis of chronic Lyme, the author hypothesizes that borrelia (intracellular bacteria) penetrating fibroblasts could induce this production2.

Skeptics highlight the fact that the elements found are very diverse, inert (such as textile fibers, fragments of nail polish …) or organic (hair, plant or insect debris …) by fortuitous or voluntary deposits14,27,30. The association with a chronic form of Lyme disease is all the less convincing because its biological diagnosis is itself controversial.

Medical approach

The possible existence of an association with a borrelia infection remains under discussion: for a very large majority, Morgellons are only a variant of psychogenic disease, or an unexplained collective syndrome, some believe that there could exist, among Morgellons, a real subgroup, of dermatosis or pruritus, of infectious neurological origin (chronic infection with borrelia or more generally with spirochetes)20,45.

Morgellons – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The way Morgellons is blanketly presented in the United States may account for why so many patients endure undue stigma and rejection.

Clearly, between the two pages it seem the audience in France is going to have more information than those in the United States. This is obviously misinformative to the American audience and may be a legitimate conspiracy worth reviewing more closely.

Morgellons News That Made This Summer Great!

Morgellons news can result in strong emotions. Typically the story is the same – Morgellons patients are delusional. The past several weeks however have arrived on the wings of change towards a final rendezvous with destiny. In this article we look at the top three online articles which had the greatest impact towards legitimizing Morgellons Disease!

Dermatology Advisor – Lyme Disease May Be Associated With Genital Lesions and Morgellons Disease

This article is especially important as the relationship with Morgellons patients and Professional Dermatologists has become damaged since the Unexplained Dermopathy was introduced. Patients complaining of artifacts and threads coming out of their skin had historically been regarded and treated as mentally ill. However, perhaps the historical approach had missed evidence which modern science can now elicit?

Dermatology Advisor is a publication under Haymarket Media, which produces authoritative publications and services for healthcare professionals including Monthly Prescribing Reference (MPR)Cancer Therapy AdvisorOncology Nurse AdvisorThe Clinical AdvisorRenal and Urology NewsEndocrinology AdvisorNeurology AdvisorPsychiatry AdvisorInfectious Disease AdvisorThe Medical BagRheumatology AdvisorThe Cardiology AdvisorClinical Pain Advisor, and Pulmonology Advisor.

Medscape – Exploring the Association Between Morgellons Disease and Lyme Disease

Whoa – well if this didn’t knock your socks off you may not be aware of just how influential Medscape is in the medical industry. Having this Morgellons research paper syndicated through Medscape is a major step towards the goal of having MD widely accepted.

Medscape is the leading online global destination for physicians and healthcare professionals worldwide, offering the latest medical news and expert perspectives; essential point-of-care drug and disease information; and relevant professional education and CME.

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Reuters – Fact Check-Face masks do not contain nanoparticle ‘Morgellons’ parasites

Don’t you hate it when some new trendy conspiracy comes along and they somehow rope ‘Morgellons’ in with it? So does Reuters, and that’s why they were sure to include a link to “History of Morgellons disease: from delusion to definition” by Marianne Middelveen in their article debunking the claims that face masks contain nanoparticle ‘Morgellons’ parasites.

Reuters is a global news agency that was founded nearly 170 years ago. Our journalists work all over the world and are guided by the Trust Principles, which state that Reuters must report the news with integrity, independence, and freedom from bias.

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In The Battle Over Morgellons, Science Is Getting Slaughtered

It has been almost eight years since the CDC released the findings of its Morgellons study. Experts tend to agree that the inclusion of patients who “believe they have fibers in their skin” as opposed to limiting the research solely to patients who “have observable filaments embedded in their skin” corrupted the outcome of the CDC study. It can certainly be argued that the CDC did not study any Morgellons patients for their Morgellons study. Instead, they likely only studied people who believe they have Morgellons.

A concentrated effort to excuse scientific evidence isn’t limited to the CDC and their study. Individuals are making quite a name for themselves promoting fear-based propaganda to the public in the name of Morgellons. This is where dermatologists have it right, the majority of the people they see think Morgellons is something that science has demonstrated it is not and are convinced of misinformation they discovered on the internet.

Following the CDC study and several independent research initiatives, a contemporary review of the literature was published in 2018. The fact is evident that Morgellons fibers originate from the bodies’ own cells and are tightly associated with Borrelia infection.

Morgellons fibers are not alive and do not originate from chemtrails or nanotechnology.

There is a delusion that generates thousands of hits for aspiring YouTubers. Throw the word Morgellons on top of your video about aliens and government mind control and you can almost bank on triple the ad revenue.

Although this individual claims Morgellons fibers are dumped out of airplanes, they have yet to have their findings accepted for publication in any prestigious journals. To accept this information as factual requires “good faith”.

Cite scientific research which demonstrates Morgellons can be healed with antibiotics and expect a slow month on social media. Anticipate not seeing your efforts shared among many “Morgellons activists” who disagree with what the evidence demonstrates. Look forward to dozens of angry comments about how “you don’t know what you’re talking about” and “you’re the ONLY one saying Morgellons is caused by Lyme”. If you aren’t willing to make videos claiming Morgellons fibers are sentient beings being deployed for the purpose of evolving mankind to the next level of consciousness (or slavery) then you may start to feel like it’s time to hang up your YouTube hat. People aren’t interested in hearing the facts.

Misinformation Promotes Skepticism

The fight for legitimacy is winning battles from the top down, the science is good and experts are finally starting to take notice. From the bottom, however, patients in every city are floundering under a sea of garbage propaganda that their network of support would rather not become embroiled in.

“Morgellons? I don’t want to get involved with any conspiracy theories.” and “Morgellons? Man, you need to get out of the house more often. Get some sunshine and those sores will heal right up!” and “Morgellons… I’m going to send you to see Dr. P, she’s a very knowledgable psychiatrist who I believe can help you find peace from these Morgellons concerns.” are the result of copious material misleading the public about the actual nature of Morgellons disease.

Your family won’t believe you because when they go online to research it the first thing they’ll find is a video describing chemtrails and nano poisoning. The outcome of subscribing to these false narratives about Morgellons is isolation, except from those who espouse the same misinformation. The online groups perpetuate Morgellons misinformation like the last days of 90s rave, ad nauseam.

What’s It Going To Take?

What it’s going to take is to stand up to these agents of misinformation in public. Expose their fake argument with actual science that they cannot bring to the table and make sure everyone in the group sees you doing it. Make sure you point out that nothing they are claiming about Morgellons is validated with any accepted research. Sure, they’re going to whine and cry about it and probably kick you out of the group – but somebody watching the spectacle learned the truth. Someone watching saw actual peer-reviewed research about Morgellons that they didn’t know existed because they relied on agents of misinformation in the Facebook groups.

People need help from their system of support and that is not going to occur until Morgellons science is accepted. Today the science is avoided because of the forests of misinformation surrounding the topic. We need to grow vines and bushes and trees of science throughout that forest so that when people look they see there IS, in fact, a legitimate scientific side to Morgellons. Color their narrative with glow in the dark, peer-reviewed, hard to dispute facts. They may not be listening, but everybody is watching.

When people realize the evidence and understand how strong it actually is, then finding support will no longer be so difficult for Morgellons patients.

Dr. Ginger Savely, DNP Livestream

Thursday December 7th, 2:00PM EST with Dr. Ginger Savely, DNP author of Morgellons: The Legitimization of a Disease.

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Dr. Savely has worked for years treating Morgellons patients, and offers experienced insight into the disease on her website: http://gingersavely.com