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Highly Integrated Differentiated subClinical Investigation™ Resolves Suspect Case of Parasitosis
SHORT* CLINCAL CASE REPORT

10 June 2013, Westchester County, New York Collembolans are often suspect in cases involving parasitosis. Patients are often diagnosed as suffering from parasitosis. A third short subClinical Investigation® reported case in New York and workplace finds there was in fact external agents for the clint/patients dermatological condition. A short report.

"Jane" (52 y.o.f.) psychologist had been complaining of itching and bite marks over her body in the last 3 months. She suspects Collembolans and arthropods also questioning the role of possible Morgellons. Her hillside home is in a heavily wooded area. Physicians (multiple MDs) diagnosis was unremarkable and left many of her questions unanswered. Her husband, a medical doctor reporting to be unaffected. Jane provided multiple samples for study.

Applied subClincal Investigation Protocols™ identified in fact the presence of Collembola sp. and other relevant factors. Review of patients medical history and consideration of their own self diagnosis regarding Morgellons leads to full resolution and relief. Prof. J Dumanov reporting for this case "The Collembolans are very well understood. The issues relating to Morgellons including pathogenesis and concluding pathology with the appropriate applied science employed in the subClinical™ protocols and methods in more than a 10 year period have thus far been fully resolved in all cases". There are no mysteries associated the "Morgellons" phenomena - it is fully explained..

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