One Step Blood Test Discovers Protozoa Under Biofilm Structure

Fry Labs will be discussing with Nancy Guberti CHN, and Pamela Crane their newly discovered – One Step Blood Test for detecting Parasite & Biofilm Structures.

Fry labs has discovered a process which has uncovered a newly found Protozoa which may be the root cause for many diseases – Morgellons and chronic fatigue being two of them.

This segment will be fascinating and this discovery quite possibly could be the key to unlocking healing for many diseases.

Come join us! All are welcome!

Thu, May 19, 2011 4:00PM Pacific
Call in number (661) 621-7550

Pamela Crane
Nancy Guberti CHN- Holistic Nutritionist, Speaker,and Experienced Morgellons Practitoner

This is Mr. Common Sense Speaking.

PLEASE DO NOT not contact Fry Labs. You do not want to interfere with their work. Nobody is saying there is a cure here. Just be happy and praise God that there are those willing to help. I am personally very grateful to Pamela, Nancy and the rest of her crew. Let’s all listen to the presentation so we can find out what progress is being made.


Comments on: "Possible Progress in Morgellons Research" (20)

  1. Belinda said:

    According to Fry Labs, and as yet not documented or proven by any other laboratory or research: The protozoa, as yet un-named, only referred to as FL1953 is a small microscopic organism seen in red blood cells upon x-ray of individual blood cells. It is thought to be a cause of interstitial cystitis (urinary tract problems), but has not been proven to cause any illness or disease. Fry Labs claims that this protozoa shares the DNA of malaria and toxoplasmosis.

    Doctors Vogt and Armin Schwarzbach at Laborbereich Borreliose Centrum, Ausburg, Germany have for some time, been prescribing clarithromycin, and hydroxychloroquine (along with the antifungal fluconazol and anti parasitical praziquantel, when indicated) for both Borreliosis -what the Germans call Lyme- and also for the treatment of Morgellons. Some reports of relief of Moprgellons symptoms have been reported, but it is notable that these reports state that symptoms return when treatment ceases.
    It is this drug regimen that Fry Labs suggests for the treatment of FL1953.

    Learn more about what the German doctors are doing to treat Lyme and Morgellons at the German Borreliose Society:

    • Dear Belinda,
      While it is most important to treat ‘Lymes’ immediately,it is the beginning and ‘vector’ for Morgellons…. I am grateful for your Doctors research,Lymes is just the beginning, if we stop there we hit a wall and do not address what is needed in Morgellons patients.
      Thanks to your docs for they ‘Lymes work’ but there is more, sorry to say.

      Take care

  2. Belinda said:

    Here are some alternative links for those not fluent in German

    • Mr. Common Sense said:

      Great research Belinda, love your enthusiam. Interestingly, I suffer from interstitial cystitis and have for nearly a decade.

      Now, concerning praziquantel, I did that once, darn near lost my vision and then drove to a hospital and sat out in the parking lot in-case I was about ready to kick-off. It was not a fun experience but had been to the ER a few times concerning my heart and wasn’t about to go through that (and the expense) unless it was the big one.

      Well, it passed of course. My thoughts on these heavy anti-parasiticals are that they are hell on your system and do not cure Morgellons. Thus, get yourself heatlhy, and hold there until help arrives is my best advice, ie, focus on your terrain.

      One more thing, they might be presenting new information in this blog talk show, so don’t discount it, I think there is more to the story than what we can glean from the web, this is new information.

  3. Belinda said:

    Vielen Dank, Herr Common Sense!
    Your enthusiasm and unceasing quest for the truth and the solution is an inspiration to all of us with this horrible illness.
    I do not discount or dismiss this new information. I hope that it leads to more research and is studied by other research institutions. I also hope that any possible link with what is troubling our skin and other organs can be verified and a solution found.
    That said, I admit to a small level of scepticism as to how a microscopic organism in red blood cells can have anything to do with what is causing such visible torment on the skin. As you suggest, I will wait and learn more.

    I am getting increasingly dismayed at the lack of progress that the CDC is making with release of information. On November 6, 2009 Sister to Mr Common Sense wrote that she had spoken to Dr Michelle Pearson at the CDC who told her “The Morgellons Community is not going to be happy with our findings.” (statement witnessed by two people).
    Well, Ms Pearson –if you had the findings two years ago……………WHY THE DELAY??
    I am increasingly certain that the CDC report will be a lot of hot air and offer no answers or hope of treatment.
    I am almost tempted to initiate a Dollar Drive to help fund Randy Wymore’s research. If everyone with this illness donated a single dollar to his research some serious progress could be made, and the results made public without the procrastination and thumb twiddling exemplified by the CDC. For goodness sake! how many years ago did they begin this study, and how many people have contracted this illness in those intervening years?? Of course, they are not going to say that it is a public health threat or contagious, or involves any serious threat to health! The liability of such a scenario would beggar belief!

  4. Belinda said:

    Sorry to disagree, Pam, but not all Morgellons sufferers have Lyme/Borreliosis, and the connection between the two has not yet been verified or confirmed.
    If the protozoa FL1953 really exists, and it has not yet been verified by any lab other than Fry, it is more likely a distinct infection carried by an insect vector.
    But to state that Lyme/Borreliosis “is the beginning and ‘vector’ for Morgellons” is not proven.

    • Mr. Common Sense said:

      Don’t get to upset Belinda, there are a lot of theory’s out there. At least Pam and her team are working with a real lab. I know you’re not angry but just want to make sure everyone feels welcome (and I know your not trying to shut anyone down). But you are right, it will take real evidence to nail this down.

      I’ve had lyme disease several times and even I am not convicned it plays a role, but I’m very open to being found wrong …

  5. LyndainCanada said:

    I starting crying when I read the above…in the meantime those suffering from inflammation, should consider taking CatsClaw — an herbal supplement at any health food store. I read about it initially being used as a cure for Lyme disease and tried it. In my opinion, it is absolutely integral to controlling symptoms associated with Morgellons. I’ve included info below from
    Cats Claw (Uncaria tomentosa)
    Cats Claw Benefits

    Cats Claw is a vine commonly known as Una de Gato and is used traditionally in Peruvian medicine for the treatment of a wide range of health problems, particularly digestive complaints and arthritis and to treat wounds, stomach problems, cancer, and more. It has only recently caught the attention of western herbalists and researchers. Today, mainly by word of mouth, it has become one of the best selling herbs in the USA.

    Since the 1970s, studies and research have been carried out by scientists in Peru, Germany, Austria, England and other countries, to find out more about the powerful healing properties of Cat’s Claw. Today, mainly by word of mouth, it has become one of the best selling herbs in the USA. Not since quinine was discovered in the bark of a Peruvian tree during the seventeenth century had any other rainforest plant ever prompted worldwide attention.

    The most attention was given to the oxindole alkaloids found in the bark and roots of Cats Claw, which have been documented to stimulate the immune system. It is these seven different alkaloids that are credited with having a variety of different medicinal and healing properties. The most immunologically active alkaloid is believed to be Isopteropodin (Isomer A), which increases the immune response in the body and act as antioxidants to rid the body of free radicals. Compounds found in Cat’s Claw may also work to kill viruses, bacteria, and other microorganisms that cause disease, and they work to inhibit healthy cells from becoming cancerous.

    It has been suggested that Cat’s claw extracts exert a direct anti-proliferative activity on MCF7 (a breast cancer cell line). This has led to its use as a adjunctive treatment for cancer and AIDS as well as other diseases that negatively impact the immunological system. In addition, the presence of glycosides, proanthocyanidins and beta sitosterol help provide anti-viral and anti-inflammatory support for the body. These alkaloids also exert a beneficial effect on memory. Cat’s claw is considered a remarkably potent inhibitor of TNF-alpha production.

    This herb’s anti-inflammatory properties may help to relieve arthritis, gout, and other inflammatory problems. The primary mechanism for Cat’s claw anti-inflammatory actions appears to be immunomodulation via suppression of TNF-alpha synthesis.

    Cat’s Claw may help create support for the intestinal and immune systems of the body, and may also creates intestinal support with its ability to cleanse the entire intestinal tract. This cleansing helps create support for people experiencing different stomach and bowel disorders, including: colitis, Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome, and leaky bowel syndrome.

    In addition, in one study, human volunteers who took Cat’s claw for 8 weeks showed improved DNA repair.

    Cat’s Claw can often be found combined with other ‘immune’ herbs with similar healing properties such as Echinacea and may:

    reduce pain and inflammation of rheumatism, arthritis and other types of inflammatory problems.
    have anti-tumor and anti-cancer properties that inhibits cancerous cell formation.
    promote the healing of wounds.
    be useful for treatment of gastric ulcers and intestinal complaints
    help to relieve chronic pain.
    enhance immunity by stimulating the immune system.
    help people experiencing stomach and bowel disorders, including colitis, Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome, leaky bowel syndrome, gastritis and duodenal ulcers, intestinal inflammation.
    help fight both viral and fungal infections such as Herpes and Candida


    People interested in Cats Claw also read about these herbs:
    Butterbur (Petasites hypridus) – 16.5%
    Cardamom – 13.1%
    Devil’s Claw (Harpagophytum procumbens) – 8.6%
    Burdock (Arctium) – 5.4%
    Melatonin – 4.6%


    Cats Claw Herb Information / Side Effects
    Latin Names: Uncaria tomentosa

    Common Names: Cat’s Claw, Una de Gato, paraguayo, garabato, garbato casha, samento, toron, tambor huasca, una huasca, una de gavilan, hawk’s claw

    Suggested Properties: Antibacterial, anti-inflammatory, antimutagenic, antioxidant, antitumorous, antiviral, cytostatic, depurative, diuretic, hypotensive, immunostimulant, vermifuge

    Indicated for: AIDS, arthritis, balancing intestinal flora, bone pain, bowel disorders, bursitis, cancer, candida, chronic fatigue syndrome, chronic pain, colitis, Crohn’s disease, digestive complaints, duodenal ulcers, fungal infections, gastric ulcers, gastritis, gout, herpes, immune system deficiencies, improving DNA repair, inflammatory problems, intestinal complaints, irritable bowel syndrome, kidney cleanser, leaky bowel syndrome, osteoarthritis, parasites, stimulating the immune system, stomach problems, viral infections, urinary tract inflammation, wounds.

    Cat’s claw should not be used by pregnant or lactating women. No reports of toxicity or serious adverse effects. Diarrhea may occur when taken in high doses.

  6. LyndainCanada said:

    Can someone please summarize the presentation as I was unable to listen to it.

  7. Can’t wait to hear it. Thanks, Mr. CS, for this blog!


    Published in the National Public Health Alert, I was suprised they even published this but none the less it was published. They said it was and Opinion Piece.

  9. Janet Davis said:

    I am so excited about this research finding! I have for some time, believed that “it” is something in my blood. I can see tiny red dots that stay in a smear of my blood on a tissue. I have even seen them without the magnifying glass I use. I see black specks, as usual, but the red dots do give me pause. They seem to be prolific and are in every speck of blood that comes out of my body. I am post-menapausal, so I don’t have that worry, but every scratch or sore I get produces the biofilm and has the red dots. I am gratefully waiting until Fry Lab will announce that a blood test is available to us. Thanks for the research!

  10. Michele Smith said:

    Hi Mr. Common Sense,
    Thank you for all the time you put in for those who suffer with Morgellons!
    I am curious why you stated above, “Do not contact Fry Labs”?

    I thought that was the whole purpose of Fry Labs setting up an internet site and making their test kits available to the public??

    I did contact Fry Labs, I ordered and paid for a test kit and they mailed it to with no problems what so ever.
    I have not completed the testing process as of yet.

    Thank you!
    Michele 🙂

  11. I’m curious to know if any of you have tested for the FL1953 protozoa.
    I’ve had a great deal of success with the PMP II protocol, and the Amin detox/dental rehab protocol and diets to support my immunity and further help with detox. But even with these methods I haven’t been able to kick it entirely and still am easily affected by mold, fungus and bugs.
    What kept coming to mind was ‘why would i have more difficulty expelling toxins than the person next to me?’. Since I have a history of autoimmune disease the Fry interview had an extra level of interest to me. I’ve taken the test and tested positive and am starting treatment. I’ll let you know how it goes.
    Anyone else?

  12. hmmmm….I guess not.

  13. Noreen, Originally, I followed the protocol designed by Dr. Amin alongside of another designed by Dr. Bruce Shelton. I’m certain Dr. Amin’s approach has changed some in the 5 years since I met with him. We all carry a variety of protozoa, and according to research by Dr. Kleinghart, the bacteria associated with Lyme is often passed from mother to infant (meaning it could be passed down over many generations). I think these critters thrive and grow, alongside of yeast and others, when toxins are present. It has taken many years for our bodies to get to their current state… it takes some time to clean them out. Presently I’m on one of the protocols designed by A. Adam’s and presented in her book (I think it is the most effective…It actually feels like pockets of my body are cleaning out!). She suggest it takes 2 years to clean out toxins and a little longer to clear ourselves of emotional toxicity.

    • Hi Joe, Thanks for answering. I did read the A. Adams book that you mentioned in your post. It is interesting and is pretty consitant with what I am doing (haven’t done any of the more aggressive detox such as clay yet though). I’ve read where some people have symptom improvement if they discover and treat some of the spirochete infections, so I tested to see about them, but so far have come up negative. This other protozoa came up positive, and since it is a biofilm forming protozoa I want to target it and diminish it.
      I only saw the interview that Pam Crane did with Dr. Fry a few months ago…somehow I missed it and apparently many others here did too.

  14. I think the link to the interview in the original post doesn’t work anymore, so here is a new link to the interview:

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