CDC Confirm Morgellons Is A Real Disease

Scientists confirm Morgellons is real

Researchers at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have confirmed that Morgellons is a real disease. 

Millions of people worldwide suffer from Morgellons Disease – a disease characterized by weird biting sensations on the skin, painful skin eruptions, and mysterious fibers visibliy growing out of the skin. Most people within the medical community have dismissed patients suffering from the disease, labelling their symptoms as ‘delusional parasitosis’ or ‘delusional infestation’. reports:  After thousands of complaints to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), in January of 2008, the CDC paid researchers over $300,000 to conduct a 3-year study on Morgellons. The researchers erroneously concluded that “No common underlying medical condition or infectious source was identified, similar to more commonly recognized conditions such as delusional infestation” and hence indirectly concluded that Morgellons was not a disease and was in fact a psychological disorder. The CDC agreed and stated, “This comprehensive study of an unexplained apparent dermopathy demonstrated no infectious cause and no evidence of an environmental link”.

Morgellons has historically been linked to genetically modified organisms (GMOs; a specific bacteria known as Agrobacterium), Lyme Disease, immune weakness and environmental toxicity.

According to researchers at the State University of New York, “Agrobacterium represents a universal gene and protein transfer machine” and hence laboratory (genetically modified) creations now have the ability to alter the DNA of humans. Hence, agrobacterium allows horizontal transfer of DNA and would be a likely culprit in the creation of Morgellons although other environmental factors appear to also be involved.

Following up from the CDC study, in January of 2012, new independent research just published in the Journal of Clinical and Experimental Dermatology Research found that Morgellons is in fact a real disease. Based on extensive physical, microscopic and fluorescence examination of skin, hair, tissues, calluses, etc. of three Morgellons sufferers, the researchers reported several interesting findings:

– Abnormal functioning of the follicular keratinocytes (genetic alterations in DNA caused hair follicles and skin to malfunction).

– Fibers, which under the microscope (100x), had a unique floral arrangement and colors of blue, red, white, green and some brightly fluorescent.

– Some fibers “appeared as root-like growths.”

– For the first time, demonstrated that Morgellons fibers contain keratin (structural protein which makes up the outer layer of the skin) which means the fibers were created within the body.

– Alterations in keratinocyte (skin) expression was most likely due to spirochetal infection from Lyme Disease.

The filaments from the Morgellons patients were confirmed to contain keratin via immunohistological staining with antibodies specific for human keratins. This means that fibers present in the subjects were found to be biological in origin and are produced by keratinocytes (proteins in the outer layer of skin) and grew out of the body.

These findings are consistent with the 2012 CDC publication stating that over 80 percent of non-biopsy material taken from patients had a protein composition.

The researchers concluded that the fibers “are clearly biological in nature and are not implanted textile fibers.” It may be probable to assume that since these fibers under the microscope which contain floral and root-like structures that the origin may be via a cross contamination of DNA from plants and humans by way of GMOs.

This study opens the door for future research which is desperately needed in the environmental and epigenetic causes of Morgellons Disease with Lyme Disease and GMOs being the likely areas of interest.

  • Sgrace

    Why did they think the thousands of sufferers of this horrible disease were all making it up? It’s an absolute travesty!

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    • robert breeding

      It is called psychosomatic. Mental illness.

      • Annie Asif

        I pry you never get it I wish it was in my head this has destroyed my life completely! You ignorant people make me sick to the stomach. I’d say you where !mental because you don’t believe it so maybe you may get to experience it then you would change your tune!

  • nick quinlan

    Unintended consequences of messing with mother nature, so monopolies of profit streams can be built. With no long term environmental or human health studies done beforehand. This is what happens when corporations control both “science” and government.

    • Maree Hamming

      Agree and things like this will continue to happen now even more easily and worse with the Crispr 9 gene editing Frankenstein science advances ..”experiments” and “research” is uncontrollable and science is a free for all..

    • Melissa Wold

      . . .or government controls both corporations and science/

      • nick quinlan

        At this point, its safe to say corporations control both the government, and science.

        • Melissa Wold

          I disagree. The corporations wouldn’t have the power they have without the government and vice-versa. A lot of science, not all, is being paid by both

          • nick quinlan

            Our “government” is a corporation. All governments are corporations.

          • Melissa Wold

            Scary, isn’t it? Mussolini said it shouldn’t be called Fascism. It should be called Corporatism. The difference between Communism and Fascism is that Communism owns businesses and Fascism has a symbiotic relationship with businesses.

  • Mike Carlton

    What you see here is the lyme groupies trying to fortify their fake study of Cindy and Co. back in 2012.
    Once you understand the corruption of the lyme community you will know they will publish anything to further their agenda. An agenda of making cold hard cash. This piece is nothing but garbage. The CDC has not confimed Morgellons disease.

  • Alfonso Pérez

    Care to add sources?

  • Elana Freeland

    Early on (1999) in his work to confirm a connection between the chemical jet trails delivery system and Morgellons, independent scientist Clifford Carnicom attempted to enlist CDC in confirming his analyses but was ignored (other than these many visitors to his website Please visit his site and read the papers that have come from his quest for the DNA of this genetically engineered entity. You can also read Chapter 8 in…/dp/1936239930.

  • Mel T

    Actually they all knew it was cancers when they began giving you real AIDS.

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  • Carlos Geary

    Is Morgellons disease, a human version of filamentous borrelial dermatitis? Could it be the origin of the Morgellon infeccion?

    It is a cattle infection, passed to humans by using manure as fertilizer in gardening without gloves? By drinking infected milk or eating infected meat?. I don’t know, but is something that should be investigated because if filamentous borrelial dermatitis and Morgellons share a similar pathogen, we may find the cure.

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    11. Digital Dermatitis in Dairy Cows: A Review of Risk Factors and Potential Sources of Between-Animal Variation in Susceptibility. Animals 2015, 5(3), 512-535; doi:10.3390/ani5030369. Maeve A. Palmer * and Niamh E. O’Connell

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  • Judith A Mcconniel

    So can i go to the doctor without being called crazy?

  • Mimi Furbeck

    Why in hell doesn’t this go mainstream! Why do so many suffer daily and are still being given a Psychiatric Diagnosis. People are sufferering horribly! This information here is old news! Everyday we hear all the politcal leaks yet thousands upon thousands are searching for help with this tremendously awful disease. Surley some have come forward and given wikileak some viable information that would be helpful to all that suffer. Surely the statistics of death by suicide because of Morgellon disease has passed your death. I beg you please to not let this get swept under the rug.So many sob every single minute because of the destruction this man made disease has caused. Every life matters even a nobody like me!

  • robert breeding

    This article is complete nonsense.
    This is a quote from the ACTUAL paper published by the CDC.

    Analysis of Fibers or Materials From Non-biopsy Skin Sites

    Twenty-three fiber or other material specimens were obtained
    from diverse intact skin sites in 12 case-patients. The materials
    were largely composed of protein (83%), likely superficial skin or
    cellulose consistent with cotton fibers (43%), some with evidence
    of dyes (Figures 7 A–B). Three samples contained other materials
    alone or in combination, including polyamide (probably nylon);
    cellulose nitrate containing bismuth (Bi) consistent with nail
    polish; and polyethylene (possible contaminant from specimen
    container lid).