Not me! There are some excellent articles in Lancet, from Britain, but there is also a lot of "disinformation". ( I am beginning to loathe that word; it is bandied about so much today).
I have quite a collection of books on garlic at home, and have used it extensively. Garlic is extremely effective as an antibacterial, antiviral, antifungus, antibiotic, etc. agent. About 15 years ago, I had information on roughly 700 different reports in one form or another, on the health benefits of garlic.
With the CDC giving a "once-over" glance at Morgellons, and so many mainstream doctors insulting their patients that have it, it would be a miracle if anyone thought that the medical establishment is going to endorse an agent so potent, inexpensive, and unable-to-be-patented as garlic.
This "fiber disease" is one of the strangest things that I have ever read about, much less experienced. I, for one, still want to know exactly what it is. Still running tests on the currency.