SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF THE MORGELLONS CONDITION

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Little study of Morgellons condition:

SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF THE MORGELLONS CONDITION

Carnicom Institute is embarking on a first of its kind study of the Morgellons condition. Through the systematic collection of physiological data, this study aims to identify measurable characteristics of this illness. Carnicom Institute is currently seeking individuals who are willing to participate in this study. Those participating in the study will be the source of the data that is needed for our research.

If you would like to participate in this groundbreaking project, please make contact with the Carnicom Institute at info@carnicominstitute.org.

The research involves the systematic collection of physiological data from individuals in three groups. The first group of individuals will demonstrate external visual characteristics thought to be representative of the Morgellons condition.  The second group will be a control group of essentially random individuals in self-described good health. Common physiological measurements from both groups will be analyzed to identify if significant differences exist between the two groups.  A third group of individuals will then be studied. These individuals will show or claim physiological signs associated with the Morgellons condition, without the presence of the external skin manifestations.  Results from the third group will then be analyzed for any commonality or differences.  All candidates for the project will be requested to provide physiological information, which includes laboratory tests results, temperature/pH logs, a health questionnaire, and documentation of an oral filament test (red wine test).

Group I will demonstrate visible skin manifestations thought to be representative of the Morgellons condition. These criteria include the presence of unique filaments within or on the body, a presence of skin lesions that resist healing, and the production of an oral filament sample (red wine test). Individuals that participate in Group I will be required to provide sufficient and ample photographic documentation that meets the criteria listed above.  Laboratory costs for Group I will be paid for in total by donations to the Institute.

Representative Skin Lesions of the Morgellons Condition

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Representative Skin Filaments of the Morgellons Condition


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Representative Oral Filament Samples
(Results of Red Wine Test)

Group II is a group of essentially healthy individuals selected at random that will serve as a control group.  It is vitally important that the Carnicom Institute is able to enlist the assistance of a satisfactory number of healthy individuals without evidence of the Morgellon’s Condition.  It is apparent that patients with the Morgellon’s Condition are critically dependent upon obtaining the help of their fellow human beings. This is particularly true if they are to benefit from an evaluation of the scientific data obtained from this research project which will not be available unless an appropriate control group can be designated and evaluated. Eligible individuals will be persons of good will who are willing to help in the completion of this important study in the hopes of benefitting their fellow human beings. Laboratory costs for Group II will be paid for in total by donations to the Institute. If you believe that you are a candidate for this group please contact us promptly and express this interest to the Institute.

Group III will show representative physiological characteristics thought to be associated with the Morgellons condition, without the presence of skin lesions and/filaments.  Participants in Group III will be responsible for the costs of the laboratory testing, pending future donations to the Institute.

All participants will be evaluated, in part, with respect to the following list of physiological. signs; the list is not intended to be all-inclusive.

Significant oral filament production (red wine test)

Unusual or extreme dental issues

Chronic itching, stinging, crawling, or biting sensations of the skin

Dark particles emerging from skin or scalp

Hair alterations, i.e., texture, thickness, loss of hair

Neurological impairment, i.e., blurred vision or “floaters” in the eye, slurred speech, ringing of the ears (tinnitus), loss of coordination, loss of strength

Cognitive impairment, i.e., mental confusion, inability to concentrate, short term memory loss, “brain fog”

Extended or Chronic Fatigue

Joint pain

Gastro-intestinal imbalance

Specific blood abnormalities

At this time, individuals within Group III will be responsible for the costs of their own laboratory testing.  Funding for this group could eventually be provided, pending the status of donations to Carnicom Institute.

Laboratory test results for all individuals, within all groups, will be confidentially available to the participants. This study will be conducted in an anonymous and confidential manner for research purposes only. There will be no medical diagnosis or individual interpretation given. The study is for scientific purposes only and the knowledge obtained will be for the public benefit. One end result will be a statistical, observational, and functional health assessment based upon these sample groups.

This study will not be possible without the public’s participation and support. We believe that a greater understanding of the Morgellons condition is vital, and must be accomplished for the benefit of us all. Honest and legitimate scientific research is what we are offering to you. We hope that you will offer us your help.

Disclaimer: The Carnicom Institute is an educational and research organization. We serve the public welfare. We do not advocate any particular products, protocols, or therapies related to health or environmental safeguard. It is up to the audience to make an educated decision on how to use the information that is presented. Any presentation, opinion, or expression by any representative of the Carnicom Institute or outside affiliation in no way implies or denotes endorsement by the Institute. The Institute is not affiliated with any political or religious groups.

The Institute claims the exclusive right to publish all information, materials, and photographs that are submitted to this organization and these materials will not be returned.

If you would like to participate in this groundbreaking project, please make contact with the Carnicom Institute at info@carnicominstitute.org.

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