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Postby nikkiS » Fri Jan 12, 2007 9:56 pm

Sorry not very good w/ the computer but the above first few lines were from Deena, & I'm just responding to her.
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Postby Deena » Fri Jan 12, 2007 10:01 pm

Thanks Nikki. Everything you wrote...me too. But I need to go back to the gloves full time.

U know what? Your right. Hormones, 2nd period, hair color change. Just didn't do the math, i suppose. Thanks for turning on the light.

Did tea tree, too. After awhile, it like all the others, stops having any effect.

My husband had to build more cupboard space. I could open a store w/ all these products.LOL

And I still continue to purchase more. Can u imagine all the $ being made off of this irritating thing?!

Have a good weekend. I'm signin off~
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Postby RANDY » Fri Jan 12, 2007 10:50 pm

false skin..still looking for an article I read that confirmed my thoughts but it had something to do with fungus and E-cadherin, I think.

We got someone do to the leg work on the VETS. This person ahd moocho connections..anyone want to be part of that call me and I will connect the two. She is contacting my friend to do the report.

If we can make the connection in any way...we have a venue, one of many ,..to follow involving the military.

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Again thank you everyone who volunteerd to find docs and those that already did.

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Postby RANDY » Fri Jan 12, 2007 11:04 pm

I have no idea what this article means... but ...I will try and find the one that confirmed...

Cancer Biomark. 2005 ;1 (6):271-7 17192051 [Pubmed] [Scholar]
Down regulation of adhesion protein E-cadherin in Epstein-Barr virus infected nasopharyngeal carcinomas.
Smriti M Krishna , Jayashree Kattoor , Prabha Balaram
Nasopharyngeal carcinoma (NPC) is a unique tumour due to its aetiology, incidence pattern and its consistent association with Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). EBV encodes many viral proteins, which targets crucial cell cycle regulatory proteins. Cadherins are a family of transmembrane glycoproteins, which mediates Ca;{2+}-dependent intercellular adhesion. Epithelial (E)-cadherin is an important member of this family, which is expressed predominantly on the surface of epithelial cells. E-cadherin acts as an invasion/metastasis-suppressor gene, hence knowledge of the molecular mechanism that controls its expression or function is of primary importance in understanding the process of tumor invasion. Loss of E-cadherin function has been shown to potentiate tumor cell invasion and interestingly, a large number of invasive tumors do not involve mutation of E-cadherin, but rather down regulation of expression. Hence in this study, an attempt was made to evaluate the protein level expression pattern of E-cadherin in relation to viral involvement and to correlate it with other clinico-pathological parameters. We observed a significant down regulation of E-cadherin in NPC and its histological subsets, when compared to the controls (p<0.001). Expression of E-cadherin ranged from mild to moderate and none of the NPC showed intense expression. E-cadherin expression showed a significant down-regulation in NPC lesions with EBV infection (r=-0.436, p<0.001). The down regulation of E-cadherin observed in NPC is in line with the previous reports in E-cadherin expression in various cancers. The total lack of E-cadherin expression in neoplastic cells might be due to hypermethylation of E-cadherin promoter or its down regulation by cellular transcription repressor. Our study also shows a significant down regulation of E-cadherin in the presence of EBV, which also might involve the cellular DNA methylation machinery.
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Postby al » Fri Jan 12, 2007 11:40 pm

Hi guys, are we making progress?
I see Barz is banned?
Looks like it is death by one thousand cuts.
Who is next?
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Postby RANDY » Sat Jan 13, 2007 12:06 am

Who wants to research the false skin puzzle piece of this condition?

Who wants to research the hair loss puzzle piece of this condition?

Who wants to research what other conditions have fibers created in them that travel via the lymph system?

Prove what it is by proving what it is not. This is how it is done.

Who wants to help with the Gulf was illness part of this condition? What is similar what is not.

Who wants to try and prove the

Fatigue is too wide a stroke to prove.

Who wants to find all the uto immune disease listed in the world and the test for them?

See this is how we figure out what this is.

You can PM me and I can put together research teams.

Lt me know!

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Postby RANDY » Sat Jan 13, 2007 12:10 am

Deena wrote:OH YA, RANDY~

mOOd sWInGS~~~~ It's called Female on second menstrual cycle in 2 weeks.

And mad because I clearly stated that i did not want to argue but did want to discuss several things. And when I tried to remain on what this thread is supposed to be about, that annoying distraction to discuss anything but, came back in, as scheduled.

It's clear to me that unless things are done only by the Frank/Randy (Hmmm) way, spears will begin to fly or at least an attempt to seriously distract anyone from making more headway w/this, takes place.


This messes with your periods. Placed me into full menapause after being totally regular..sorry men....and I am not the ony one.
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Postby Deena » Sat Jan 13, 2007 12:12 am

HUH!?

How is it that Barz can still post or is the banned marked afterwards? And what in the heck did she do to get banned?
Man call me a dupe, I care nonetheless but am I blind?

I don't get it!

Wanted to post this, though.

DAWN DISH SOAP. GONNA TRY IT!!!

Back of the bottle says this: Dawn contains biodegradable anionic (a negatively charged ion, ESPECIALLY THE ION THAT MIGRATES TO AN ANODE ELECTROLYSIS) and nonionic (containing or involving or occurring in the form of ions; "ionic charge", "ionic crystals", "ionic hydrogen")surfectants and solvents. Solvents: capable of disolving another substance.

NIKKI!!! Wanna try it together (both of us start at the same time)? We can kind of compare progress (IF ANY).

Heck~they used it on the Penguins and claimed it to be the only thing to work and save them.


I gotta look into this anionic crystal thing.
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Postby Deena » Sat Jan 13, 2007 12:16 am

Thinkin about a historectomy. If they can get it out, that is. I'm sure I am well in tact by fibers.

Kind of like my first born and the attached placenta and broken umbilical cord.
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Postby al » Sat Jan 13, 2007 12:27 am

One cream I have used is urea cream, seems to dissolve the hard lesion edge.

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Postby al » Sat Jan 13, 2007 12:28 am

But, lets face it, we have fibres exuding from all throughout the body, so, who knows?
Not I.
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Postby al » Sat Jan 13, 2007 12:56 am

Just to have a level playing field here, you seem intent on getting your site up Frankie.
Do you have any pecuniary interest in the site you offer?
Just asking.
We dont want it to appear that you wait for the ripest of opportunities to offer your site?
So, who is calling who scum?
Now I'm just asking.


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#3104 From: "justumn" <justumn@...>
Date: Tue Jan 2, 2007 4:49 am
Subject: Could mine be demonic? Anyone experience it this way? justumn
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I am new to this name morgellons. Stumbled onto it on my search to
find something that may explaine my symptoms. My only other options
for my symptoms were delusional (which my doctor believes) or demonic
attacks.
The scratching, itching, fibers, pepper like specks, unhealing
lesions, fatigue, depression, and the horrific crawling in my skin
gave me a glimpse of hope that there were others in the same condition.

I am a 55 year old woman, well adjusted, with full life of family,
friends and job. I don't want to freak anyone out or believe that I am
indeed KOO COO. But here's my story about how it started with me. I
need to know if anyone at all has had this happen to them. If not,
then it probably isn't related to this disease.
2 years ago I had neihbors who were into some pretty weird stuff which
included satanic worship and torturing and sacrificing cats. I used
to call the cops everytime something was going down there. I also made
friends with one of the cats. (I did not know at that time what was
going on in that house or to the cats). Just knew there was alot of
fighting and bizarre behaviour. One night they disappeared. The land
lord pretty much sold the house for a giveaway price, because there
were catguts everywhere. Walls splattered from cut up cats being
strung up to ceiling fan and spun.
I started knoticing a cat in my house. I couldn't see it but it jumped
on my lap, lay on the bed. I could hear the purring and feel the bed
moe according to the cats movement. Eventually it got so tamn, it
would sleep on my shoulder. Where it made contack with the skin, my
skin vibrated and quivered, but nothing frightening.
Then I started sensing other creatures in my bed. They crawled on my
skin but just kind of pulsed or throbbed there. They were not friendly
and would get bites from them. Again I could feel them move in my bed
and on my skin, but not see them. Then one day I knoticed they were
gone and to my horror, had moved into my body. I could actually feel
them unbeneath my skin and watch my skin move. About 3 months lately I
started getting this horrible itching. I couldn't stand it and had a
full blown panic attach. They were crawling out of my nose, ears
scalp, and leaving things hanging on my scalp. I was now convinced I
was demon possessed. I started praying and blessing the bed. Confessed
areas in my life that were under my control. I fasted and prayed, but
it was a comfort to do this, but it did not stop the attacks.
Has anyone experienced anything like this or do you think mine could
be delusional? or demonic?


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