@ Denial- Not sure if your post was a response to me, but .
Cancer and Morgellons are quite distinct.
I have turned back the course of Morgs- decimated the symptom burden- while smoking a pack or chewing a can every day, binging gin and llello on weekends, drinking sodapop, working and playing in the sun every day.
Internal Fenbendazole and Epsom Salt
bathing till the cows come home. If these were effective against cancer, clinics would have been using them for decades.
For many years, posters and doctors have failed in trying to put traditional labels on the novel and distinct Morgellons Disease: cancer, lyme disease, contact dermititus, pyroluria, hypertoxicity syndrome, etc. But those who spend their time pointing microscopes at artifacts found in sufferers' skin, stool, and urine, usually call it Morgellons.
Dr. Randy Wymore has been at the forefront of M research for 20 years, and he still can't identify it, though he acknowledges the strong association with Borellia. Clifford Carnicom refers to the organism as a "Cross-Domain-Species that is part bacteria, part fungi. Steve Beddingfield, AKA Scabdraggr, believes the organism is the root of many more medical issues than just Morgellons Syndrome, and that the culprit is a form of Giant Sulfur Bacteria found surrounding hydrothermal vents.
Morgellons is likely a risk factor or even a precursor to cancer. But it isn't pure cancer. And those dying from Morgellons seem to be predominately suicides. There isn't enough evidence yet to know whether the Morgies who develop cancer or have strokes would have had these without the cancer.
The word "Morgellons" has survived for centuries, and it isn't going away anytime soon. The stuff is too unique to not have it's own name.