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Morgellons Disease Research & Publications

Peer Reviewed Research Publications

Articles and Research Updates

Marianne Middleveen, MSc, Mdes

Veterinary Microbiologist Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Ray Stricker, MD

Internal Medicine Sub-Specialties-Hematology, Immunology, Lyme San Francisco, CA

Edward Kilbane, MD

Stanford University – Department of Psychiatry, Psychosomatic and Psycho-Oncology Medicine Stanford, CA

Peter Mayne, MD

GP Dermatologist Laurieton,
NSW, Australia

Ginger Savely, DNP

Publications by Ginger Savely

Early Research

From ABC PrimeTime – Aug. 9, 2006

Forensic scientist Ron Pogue at the Tulsa Police Crime Lab in Oklahoma checked a Morgellons sample against known fibers in the FBI’s national database. “No, no match at all. So this is some strange stuff,” Pogue says. He thinks the skeptics are wrong. “This isn’t lint. This is not a commercial fiber. It’s not.”
The lab’s director, Mark Boese, says the fibers are “consistent with something that the body may be producing.” He adds, “These fibers cannot be manmade and do not come from a plant. This could be a byproduct of a biological organism.”
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July 28, 2006 – Lab Work on Fiber

Robert F. Smith, BS Genetics, MS (Chemistry) Read Full Report

2004 Fiber Study – Jenny Haverty Clinical Microbiologist

A microbiologist’s report on the fibers from four individuals living in and around the San Francisco Bay Area. Read Full Report

Randy S. Wymore, Ph.D
Director, OSU-CHS Center for the Investigation of Morgellons Disease
Associate Professor of Pharmacology
Oklahoma State University
Center for Health Sciences
Tulsa, OK

Below is collective research from Dr. Randy S. Wymore, Ph.D. As an Assistant Professor of Pharmacology & Physiology at Oklahoma State University, Dr. Wymore works in the Center for Health Sciences and the College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Summer 2015 – The Investigation of the Microbial and Molecular Analysis of Morgellons Epithelial Tissue Samples

Audio Interviews with Dr. Wymore