Sufferers of Morgellons Disease Find New Hope in Dr. Rahim Karjoo

The world-class medical research of Dr. Karjoo has led to a greater understanding of the causes and possible treatments of Morgellons disease

Sep 03, 2013, 16:58 ET from Rahim Karjoo, M.D., F.C.A.P., F.A.S.C.P.

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- For years, Morgellons disease has plagued individuals with disfiguring sores and crawling sensations on and under the skin, among other alarming effects. Perhaps compounding an already unsettling disease, Morgellons is still a mysterious and controversial condition. While there is still no Morgellons cure and a notable lack of understanding regarding the disease, thanks to Dr. Rahim Karjoo, the medical community is quickly beginning to garner a new understanding of the causes and possibilities for treatment of Morgellons.

As a Fellow of The College of American Pathologists and of The American Society of Clinical Pathology, it should come as no surprise that Dr. Karjoo has garnered acclaim for his work with Morgellons patients. Dr. Karjoo has a number of published papers to his credit as well as awards for outstanding, dedicated and distinguished service. That's why, for those seeking treatment for the devastating effects of Morgellons disease, Dr. Karjoo is the ideal medical professional.

Dr. Karjoo's acclaim in his field comes largely from his work with Morgellons patients – efforts that span more than two decades. In his meticulously conducted studies, the celebrated doctor has shown that silicone and silicone dioxide (silica) toxicity in humans can lead to the undesirable effects of Morgellons in two ways: exogenous (originating outside the body) and endogenous (originating from within). Exogenous causes may include pesticides, cosmetic skin products, shampoo, hair coloring, pharmacology products foods and many other products that are common in modern life. Meanwhile, endogenous causes are silicone breast implants, silicone devices used for joint repair, the envelope of a pacemaker, and various other silicone injections.

Morgellons disease can manifest itself through lesions on the skin that can be itchy, painful, and often unsightly. Unfortunately, the intense itching and open sores, as well as the severe fatigue and short-term memory loss that are also often associated with Morgellons can substantially interfere with one's quality of life. That's why it comes as no surprise that those seeking treatment are often willing to settle for nothing but the best care and expert knowledge offered by Dr. Karjoo. In a free initial consultation, he will listen with an open mind to the ailments of his patients, as well as conducting his own analysis of symptoms.

Those suffering the rashes or sores from Morgellons disease often find themselves understandably upset. However, thanks to the work of Dr. Karjoo, today, there is reason for hope. If you're suffering from skin lesions that resemble irritated insect or spider bites, black stringy material on the skin, or various other symptoms associated with the mysterious disease, don't hesitate to contact Dr. Karjoo's office at 1-888-RKarjoo. Furthermore, those who would like to learn about the highly unusual skin condition should visit for details.

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