Morgellons Fibers

The following contents were written by third parties for general educational information on Morgellons disease. Dr. Karjoo and Morgellons Medical Center were not involved in the writing or production of these contents. To get more information on Morgellons, the research about this disease and treatment options, please contact his office and set up a Morgellons disease treatment consultation.

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According to Dr. Rahim Karjoo, the foremost expert on Morgellons, the cause of Morgellons fibers under the skin is exogenous in nature. What does this mean exactly? Essentially, it means that these Morgellons fibers are the result of certain particles found in the environment. Specifically, Dr. Karjoo has discovered, through decades of intensive research and analysis, that Morgellons fibers are the consequence of silica particles disseminated by a host of electronic and cosmetic products, as well as other potentially harmful products found throughout a modern, developed industrial society.

Dr. Karjoo has spent the better part of his venerable medical career dedicating himself to finding the cause of, and cure for, this debilitating disorder. He saw that many in the medical community were writing off the symptoms of Morgellons disease as underlying psychological issues, leaving patients feeling left out in the cold and with no one to turn to. Determined to find out if there was an actual physiological explanation for what these people were experiencing, Dr. Karjoo committed himself to an in-depth pathology. What he found was striking, and it led him to believe incontrovertibly that what these patients were describing and exhibiting was real, and in need of a credible treatment.

To learn more about Dr. Karjoo’s Morgellons treatment, contact his offices directly with any questions or concerns that you might have. He is known for taking patients seriously, listening attentively to their experiences, and only then offering his professional opinion on the best way forward.

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