Lynn graduated in 1992 with an A.D.N, worked in predominately medical cardiac and Intensive care areas since that time. She completed her BSN in 2000 at the University of Pittsburgh and started graduate school in 2003 at the University of Pittsburgh.
It was around that time that Lynn became symptomatic for Morgellons, with lesions, neurological problems and profound fatigue. Testing positive on a Western Blot, Lynn began treatment for Lyme Disease. She had to stop working 10 months into treatment for 6 weeks, then returned light duty until she was able to obtain a teaching position.
Completing her MSN with the focus in Research in August 2008 Lynn developed a Lyme Disease educational program for school nurses as part of her graduate project. More recently, she authored an article in the peer reviewed nursing journal “RN” titled ‘Scouting for Lyme Disease.’
Currently Lynn works as a Clinical Nursing Instructor for Complex Health Nursing, Intensive Care and has applied for a PhD program. She has two grown daughters, who neither exhibit any symptoms of Morgellons.
Lynn continues to battle the symptoms of Morgellons and has become a crusader promoting Morgellons recognition and research.