For Sufferers of Morgellons Disease, Dr. Rahim Karjoo of the Morgellons Medical Center Is A Saving Grace
LOS ANGELES, Sept. 1, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Those with Morgellons disease have had to deal with inconclusive medical evaluations, itchy, unsightly lesions, and dwindling hope with regards to a cure for their condition for many years. A recent study by the Mayo Clinic claimed that Morgellons was nothing more than a figment of the sufferer’s imagination, likening it to delusional parasitosis, much to the dismay of those who suffer with Morgellons every day. For the thousands of Morgellons suffers in the United States, their condition is as real as any other ailment, such as eczema or the common cold. However, due to the sincere passion of Los Angeles board certified pathologist Dr. Rahim Karjoo, there is hope for Morgellons sufferers.
Morgellons disease is characterized by abnormal skin lesions that can appear anywhere on the body, but are most commonly found on the arms, legs, and face. One of the distinguishing aspects of Morgellons is the appearance of colorful “fibers” that stick out from the skin, as well as intense crawling, itching sensations under the skin. Morgellons sufferers who seek the care of a doctor are often told that their rash is nothing more than an allergic reaction, a result of excessive itching, or a rash that will go away with time. However, Dr. Karjoo has found through extensive independent research that Morgellons is the result of an infestation of silica nanoparticles under the skin and is easily treatable. Dr. Karjoo’s patients are given the attentive and personal care they need to rid themselves of the pains of Morgellons permanently.
By understanding the underlying cause behind Morgellons, Dr. Karjoo has been able to successfully provide Morgellons disease treatment for those who suffer from this ailment, allowing them to lead normal, healthy lives once again. Patients are able to permanently remove the unnerving skin sensations and unsightly appearance of Morgellons disease from their lives.
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