CDC Morgellons Timeline …

See the CDC Update (below) that was just released today (November 5th, 2009). The news is out and “there is no news” and now we have an opened ended “when we get around to it you’ll know what we found …” If this is not the message then they are terrible communicators. I don’t really expect them to find much frankly (reasons to long to state here) so it’s not like I’m terribly upset. I just hope they realize there are peoples lives twisting in the wind here.

So, let’s take a moment to review how long the CDC has truly had on this and how many warnings were sent their way about the coming disaster which is surely upon us.

1995 – The CDC Was Warned by NPA

However, almost as soon as the NPA’s registry was launched, reports of a bizarre health problem began to surface. Individuals reported biting and crawling sensations — symptoms for which they could find no explanation and assumed were related to lice and scabies. But such symptoms were inconsistent with lice or scabies, signaling a very different problem.

The compelling nature of the reports prompted the NPA to contact the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in 1995 and on numerous occasions thereafter. Deborah Z. Altschuler, NPA’s president says the CDC as an agency has not shared the NPA’s concern.

http://www.headlice.org/news/2005/0519.htm

I don’t know about you but if you ask me Deborah Altschuler has plenty of “street cred” on this …

2003 and Onward …

  • October 2003, California Dept of Health confers with CDC about Morgellons
  • May 2004, Texas Department of Health confers with CDC about Morgellons
  • June 2004, CDC director begins responding to Senators about Morgellons
  • April 2005, CDC Director sends letters to Morgellons patients
  • October 2005, MRF Board of Directors requests conference call with CDC
  • November 29, 2005, Draft case definition of disease sent to CDC
  • February 14, 2006, Revised case definition of disease sent to CDC
  • April 5 2006, Senator Dianne Feinstein urges CDC to take more aggressive action
  • April 26, 2006, CDC Director mails letters to Morgellons patients
  • May 2006, California Dept of Health Services asks CDC for help
  • June 2006, CDC announces formation of Morgellons task force
  • Late 2006, CDC informs media that CDC investigation will be delayed several times
  • November 2006, MRF Medical Advisory Board requests meeting with CDC
  • December 6 2006, Hilary Clinton, Charles Schumer sign single letter to CDC
  • March 28, 2007, CDC Removes Delusional Parasitosis from website
  • June 12, 2007, CDC launches "Unexplained Dermopathy" web page
  • July 14, 2007, CDC places notice in Federal Business Opportunities website
  • July 31, 2007, CDC submits request for quotations for Morgellons Study
  • October 23, 2007,Senate committee urges CDC to study Morgellons quickly
  • November 1, 2007, CDC awards Morgellons contract to Kaiser Permanente
  • January 16, 2008, CDC and Kaiser hold media briefing
  • December 16, 2008, CDC sends letter to state medical associations

From http://www.morgellons.org/cdc_timeline.htm

It’s been 14 Years of Silence, 14 Years of Pain

Warnings started 14 years ago from 1995 onward ….

I try and feel the sunshine, You bring the rain
You try and hold me down, With your complaints
You cry and moan and complain, You whine an tear
Up to my neck in sorrow, The touch you bring
You just don’t step inside to 14 years
So hard to keep my own head… that’s what I say
You know…I’ve been the beggar…, I’ve played the thief
I was the dog…they all tried to beat

But it’s been 14 years of silence
It’s been 14 years of pain
It’s been 14 years that are gone forever
And I’ll never have again

If you don’t listen to the whole song at least wait for the chorus, you’ll find it resonates well …

If they knew half the real truth, What would they say
Well I’m past the point of concern, It’s time to play
These last 4 years of madness, Sure put me straight
Don’t get back 14 years, In just one day
So hard to keep my own head, Just go away

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Comments on: "CDC Morgellons Timeline …" (3)

  1. Very, very interesting letter to CDC.
    In spite of sounding skeptical in opening, sounds like this research organization
    found a biochemical link to morgellons and recommended further research.
    As well as cleaning up our own environs (inner, especially), in order
    to minimize further exposure to the public, the search for truth should include
    an honest attempt to identify involved pathogen/vector/contributing factors.
    Interesting also was that some of this information was blocked off—which leads
    one to believe that a legitimate concern was indeed found. Hopefully (but not
    expectedly) the CDC will validate our concerns.

  2. One minute search in google re. “BCMOs” mentioned in the letter you cited to CDC by eaglesdisobey.net found reference below.
    One of the most common inclusions in developing GMOs is the use of C. elegans,
    a simple nematode, which has been used for decades in gene research, used for genetic, agricultural and other biotech. purposes. This is modern science. It is beneficial to see this as a genetic mix (rather than a parasite per se) of genes from multiple kinds of environmental organisms (proteins, bacteria and viruses, etc.–parts of which are also used in gene research).

    It helps to REFRAME, and see imorg. nfection as any other–e.g., like herpes simplex (e.g., cold sores), even a bad/infected case of dandruff or rosacea, and to change your lifestyle to minimize likelihood of symptoms–as recommended by mr cs on this website. (This is not to minimize the discomfort and pain it causes–but so much of it is built on fear.) It is a slow process, but it works–this is why many people get significantly better in a couple years, by various specific means. Many people see improvement (or worsening) in symptoms immediately, depending upon sugar intake.
    It is biochemical–lifestyle can either feed or starve the infection.

    As mr. cs also recommends: do NOT overtreat—it just further stresses the body.
    Like mr cs advises, it is not necessary to change products constantly—especially if you
    see initial improvement.
    This can greatly reduce anxiety, and help to regain control of one’s life—and health.

    http://www.wormbase.org/db/gene/gene?name=WBGene00018755;class=Gene

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