Regarding Neurocutaneous Syndrome (NCS) and Morgellons Diseases

There is ample literature describing the reported symptoms of delusional parasitosis (related to Morgellons) cases that characterise patients as psychiatric patients. Judging by our experience with over 1000 “delusionary” patients that we have seen at the Parasitology Center, Inc. (PCI) in Arizona over the last few years, however, the above reported “delusionary” cases appear to be cases of Neuro-cutaneous Syndrome (NCS).

NCS is a toxicity disorder related to Morgellons disease, caused mostly by intimate exposure to incompatible chemicals, especially dental materials. Other toxic exposures are occasionally involved. Proponents of the delusional parasitosis convention do not appear to have stopped to ask the following question: what if the main symptoms of crawling and pin-pricking declared by “delusional” patients are real; just misinterpreted as parasite movement. We have asked that question, and during 15 years of research, we have come up with an alternative explanation that works.

We have concluded that the symptoms of crawling and pin-pricking confused with “delusionary parasitosis” are caused by toxicity from exposure to chemicals incompatible with the host immune system, for example, dental materials that alter the propagation of normal nerve impulses. We also conclude that external parasites/organisms including springtails (Collembola), other arthropods, bacteria, and fungi represent only opportunistic infections of skin sites compromised by the toxicity disorder involving the elimination of toxins through the skin.

We have described a new pathological disorder, Neuro-cutaneous Syndrome (NCS) to which justified “delusional parasitosis” and Morgellons disease cases could be assigned. We have developed a protocol for the resolution of the symptoms of NCS cases. When followed to the letter, all symptoms of NCS, conventionally and conveniently called delusional parasitosis, are invariably and irreversibly resolved.

Dr Amin’s most recent article on NCS, published in Clinical Microbiology & Case Reports can be read here.

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