Morgellons Skin Disease Problems
The New Morgellons Order (NMO), also know as The Charles E. Holman Foundation, is holding its First Annual Scientific/Medical Conference on Morgellons skin Disease in Austin, Texas, on March 29, 2008 from 8:00 am to 5:00pm. The day long event about Morgellons skin disease will be held at Westoak Woods Baptist Church, Main Auditorium, 2900 Slaughter Lane, Austin, Texas. Morgellons skin disease is an unexplained illness which is characterized by unusual fibers, fatigue, sores that are difficult to heal, and neurological problems as well as numerous other symptoms. Morgellons skin disease is currently under investigation by the CDC as an emerging illness.
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Cindy Casey, RN and Director of the Charles E. Holman Foundation, reports that “We are very excited about this event about Morgellons skin disease, as many of the scientists and medical speakers will be meeting each other for the first time. Our hope is that this event will encourage more collaboration between professionals to speed up the search for the cause and treatment of this terrible Morgellons skin disease. Public awareness is another critical goal for Morgellons skin disease.”
The Conference, titled “Searching for the Uncommon Thread,” is geared towards medical professionals and scientists; however, many Morgellons skin disease patients, families and supporters are also attending. Randy S. Wymore, Ph.D. from Oklahoma State University will be providing an update on his university research. Raphael B. Sticker, MD from CA will be discussing controversies in newly emerging Morgellons skin disease. “Dermatology: how it is taught and practiced” will be presented by Elizabeth Rasmussen, Ph.D., WY. Harriet Bishop, President, TXLDA, will be discussing staying positive to cope with Morgellons skin disease. The clinical aspects of Morgellons skin disease will be presented by Ginger Savely, FNP-C, CA. David Gibbs, MS, CDRP, TX will explain social security benefits as related to Morgellons skin disease. Gregory Smith, MD, FAAP, GA, will discuss why Morgellons skin disease is critical. An open question and answer period will follow the presentations to discuss more about Morgellons skin disease.
Morgellons Skin Disease Research
Mark Darrah, Morgellons skin disease Research Director from Stony Brook University, will be providing an update on his research using SEM, FTIR and Raman Microspectroscopy. His presentation will include his observations regarding “Structural and molecular characteristics of Morgellon filaments and particles by optical and scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and Raman Microspectroscopy. Are secretions the real culprit?” Mark works directly with Dr. Vitale Citovsky who reported finding Agrobacterium in a small sampling of Morgellons skin disease patients.
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