Announcing The Morgellons Research StudyFeatured, Morgellons Friday, May 11th, 2012
CARNICOM INSTITUTE RESEARCH PROJECT:
SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF THE MORGELLONS CONDITION
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The Carnicom Institute will conduct a scientific study for the purpose ofidentifying measurable characteristics of the Morgellons condition. The study will involve the systematic collection of data from individuals who demonstrate physiological characteristics representative of the Morgellons condition. This data will be compared to a control group of essentially random individuals using the same physiological measurements to identify if significant differences exist between the two groups.
Individuals that contribute to this study will demonstrate an established set of physiological criteria that to the best available knowledge are representative of the Morgellons condition in a visible fashion. 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. Individuals that participate in this study will be required to provide sufficient and ample documentation that meets the criteria listed above. Candidates for the project will be requested to provide some additional physiological information such as temperature and pH logs. It is estimated that approximately a dozen individuals will be selected to participate in this initial study.
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.
If you would like to participate in this groundbreaking project, please make contact with the Carnicom Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org. This project is dependent upon public funding for its conduct and completion. Progress and success of this endeavor are completely dependent upon your donations. Expertise and labor will be volunteered; the purchase of materials, laboratory tests and equipment will be required. To contribute to this study and bring it to fruition, please contact the Carnicom Institute. Thank you.
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