may be old news to some, but I just ran into the
page at Jan Smith's website [Morgellons Exposed]
that was on the Web in 2006. It was at the NIH
"office of rare diseases" website. It is listing some
basic information about a specific chromosome anomaly
as the disease in question. [chromosome 1,q42 11 q42 12 duplication]
The Intriguing part is the NOTE:
"NOTE: To learn more or to report supected cases, call the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Morgellons information and voice mail line at 404-718-1199"
[this page last reviewed Wednesday, July 19,2006]
did you catch that? The NIH specifically identifying
a genetic fault as Morgellons. In 1996. The same time frame that they and the CDC were telling the rest of the world that they were clueless about "morgellons".
Jan continues the story at her website...the X-files
stuff continues with the page in question being
removed from the internet..including cached locations
after someone started making phone calls...in regard to
this page. The page was replaced with another page
with the incriminating 'NOTE' removed.
url to a photographed copy of the mysterious vanishing
NIH page: http://www.morgellonsexposed.com/1q42NIHFullPage.htm
or just visit http://www.morgellonsexposed.com
.*fade in "x-files" theme..