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Re: Myiasis, Morgellons, Lymes, & Parasitic Skin Infections: Symptoms, Life Cycles, & Treatment
 
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Re: Myiasis, Morgellons, Lymes, & Parasitic Skin Infections: Symptoms, Life Cycles, & Treatment


I have been looking at myiasis.
This page looks at this prospect:

http://www.morgellonsuk.org.uk/micromyiasis.htm

One of my goals is to get a PHd in tropical disease who may well know something of this involved.

Whether such is primary or secondary... that is a question.

Plenty of flies are attracted to fungi.
IF morg has a heavy fungi component, then such (flies) could reasonably be assumed to be attracted, and would be a secondary if this proves to be the case.

I have started contacting PHds in clinical mycology to try and enlist help.

As stated in another thread, it is my intention to get a PHd interested enough to enlist others...
Clinical (medical) mycology, microbiologist, tropical medicine.

This latter for the possible nematode portion, possible fly/myiasis .

It will take a concerted effort on the part of several disciplines to try and Zero In.
 

 
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